Drawing lab challenge results – Funky creatures

Okay, this one, I admit, was quite fun. And freeing in ways I haven’t really done before. The reults, well, hmm, interesting, I guess. But the procedure, definitely fun.

I didn’t quite finish them off as I left the exercise to the last minute again, but I think I like looking at the red, blue and yellow the way it is anyway. My favourites are the second and fourth piccies.

So how did you go? I’ve seen Pavinee’s wonderful creations. Sorry I didn’t make it clear where to post your results. I usually put up my answer to the challenge on Thursday night (South Australian time, so something like early morning UK Thursday, and middle of the night Eastern America, late night Western America Wednesday). To make that more accessible, I’m being adventurous…

I’m going to be wonderfully technically advanced and add a Mr Linky to this post like I have seen many other challenge hosts do.  So go ahead and link in your results 😀

(learn something new everyday and your brain won’t rot)


7 responses to “Drawing lab challenge results – Funky creatures”

  1. Wow! These are wonderful 😀 I love the second one the most. It's a combination of fly elephant and beautiful Phoenix. Love love your colors too.

    I think I'm having fun with this challenge. Thanks for hosting this!

  2. B @ Sweet Limes Avatar
    B @ Sweet Limes

    You have totally tempted me to get this book because it looks like so much fun. I like what you're coming out with when you're doing the exercises. My favs are the same as yours, 2 & 4.

  3. oh these are wonderful.

  4. I love your results! Really do! Made me smile. 🙂 And what is this challange that you are having? Not quite sure I understand.

    Happy Thanksgiving!!

  5. Kristin Dudish Avatar
    Kristin Dudish

    These are so fun! They have great movement!

    Of course the week you get all high tech is the week I don't complete the challenge! hee hee

    I'll have to try and tackle this one during the catch-up week!


  6. WrightStuff Avatar

    I love yours – much more imaginative than mine but one was just crying out to be an elephant! I had so much fun with this technique and you've seen on my blog that it took off on tangents into creating all sorts of things.

  7. The Bodhi Chicklet Avatar
    The Bodhi Chicklet

    I agree, I like the second and fourth too, they are more playful somehow. I just finished mine, didn't want to look at yours until mine were done. For some reason I was looking for "real" animals instead of potentially imaginary creatures. Now I wish I had looked at yours first!