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AgesLABS

The Unshakeable (Spring 2022)

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ageslabs's Sketchbook

  • The Unshakeable (Spring 2022)
  • Sharing the Knowledge
  • Drawing Prompt: THEY TOOK THE BUTTONS!

  • Drawing Prompt: Goblin Beach Day

  • Drawing Prompt: Everything, a Dragon

  • Drawing Prompt: Bathroom Spacecraft

  • Form Intersections

  • Drawabox and Anatomy?

  • Lesson Incomplete

  • Improvement and Effort

  • Contour curves

  • Self Critique?

  • Lesson 2: Contour Lines, Texture and Construction

  • Elipses Question

  • How to ghost curves and contours?

  • 250 Box Challenge

  • Drawing Prompt: Junkyard Symphony

  • 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

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