This is the official thread for the 100 days of still life challange
Post once a day in this thread. Failing to post within 24 hours results in being eliminated from the challenge meaning you will not be able to post within the thread again.
- Spend at least 30 minutes per still life. There is no limit to how long you can spend on each still life as long as it is completed within 24 hours. The still life can be done in values,lines,or color and in any medium you like.
Lets all make sure we are still standing after 100 days!
We cannot accept any more members into the challenge but keep your eyes open in this thread once we are closing in on the final days for update on a new challenge
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Last edited by snatti; March 5th, 2014 at 09:58 PM.
Thanks for letting me be apart of the challenge Atey, this 100 still life should definitely help me learn to digitally paint! Critiques appreciated! My first still life is of my tea cup, I had such a difficulty emulating the spectacular reflection, about 80% of the cup had the reflection of my room and I failed at trying to capture it which most of my time spent was lost, anyone have any suggestions O.o.
Day 1: 1h 30m.
Last edited by TNiznet; January 1st, 2014 at 10:42 AM.
If you have a moment, Help me improve with critiques. thank you Sketchbook
This is beautiful! I love the texture on the fruits.
The back table is really distracting because it's so flat and plastic compared to the richness of the fruits and plates. It sort of feels like it's coming into swallow the whole painting. I'd suggest playing with color and more brushstrokes/texture in the future to make sure that the background really settles in the back of the image, rather than fighting for the foreground or even middle ground.