100 Treasure Chest Challenge
7:24 PM, Saturday November 26th 2022
It took me 4 months to finish this, i hope that's not too long. I mixed digital and traditional.
Here's my submissions for the 100 treasure chest challenge. There's a treasure chest (or 2), which have "boxy" lid, i dont know how construct it using the method given in the video, so i kinda just mirror the bottom part of that chest,i don't know if that's correct though.
Also, i hope you don't mind me asking something that's out of the topic for this challenge,
Do you know any other courses, that teach color/value/shading/lighting or paintings, that have same or similar approach the way Drawabox does ?
I can't explain it quite well, but your courses have a very interesting way of making certain part of my brain click,, and the way it doesn't happen instantly, but quite a while after i finish the lessons. I never experienced something like this before, not only in drawing, but on my general educations too.
To be honest, the way that i have to keep moving forward, even though i'm not 100% sure i understand the material given make me a little bit suspicious when i first started DAB, since i was taught that it's best to make sure you understand something completely before moving on to the next subject.
So that got me curious, how did you came up with this method of teaching? did you study neuroscience ? Is drawabox the "vygotsky concept of zone of proximal development" of drawing ? I wonder if i can apply this sort of teaching method to another field as well.
i'm sorry if i'm rambling too much, i'm not good with words.
Anyway thank you so much for your time, i'm looking forward to the critiques.