Aarthi

High Roller

The Unshakeable (Summer 2022)

Joined 11 months ago

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aarthi's Sketchbook

  • The Unshakeable (Summer 2022)
  • The Unshakeable (Spring 2022)
  • Sharing the Knowledge
  • High Roller
  • Technician
  • Geometric Guerilla
  • Tamer of Beasts
  • The Fearless
  • Giver of Life
  • Dimensional Dominator
  • The Relentless
  • Basics Brawler
  • 25 Wheel Challenge

  • Lesson 6: Applying Construction to Everyday Objects

  • 250 Cylinder Challenge

  • Drawing Prompt: Fantasy Ice Cream Cart

  • Drawing Prompt: Family Life

  • Drawing Prompt: THEY TOOK THE BUTTONS!

  • Drawing Prompt: Goblin Beach Day

  • Drawing Prompt: Everything, a Dragon

  • Drawing Prompt: Bathroom Spacecraft

  • Lesson 5: Applying Construction to Animals

  • Lesson 4: Applying Construction to Insects and Arachnids

  • Lesson 3: Applying Construction to Plants

  • Drawing Prompt: The Court of the Rat King

  • Drawing Prompt: Decanter of Drowning

  • Drawing Prompt: Mascot High School

  • Drawing Prompt: Tea Time at World's End

  • Drawing Prompt: Mushroom Manor

  • Drawing Prompt: Cosmic Confectionary

  • Lesson 2: Contour Lines, Texture and Construction

  • 250 Box Challenge

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When starting on a project, I'll often open it up and start dragging reference images off the internet onto the board. When I'm done, I'll save out a '.pur' file, which embeds all the images. They can get pretty big, but are way more convenient than hauling around folders full of separate images.

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