Drawing Prompt: Tea Time at World's End

2:41 AM, Monday March 28th 2022

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Tea time in a Mad Max style apocalypse

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2:48 AM, Monday March 28th 2022

The art turned out nice, but Man! Very cool process video. What software are you using? I know it's sped up, but it looks like you have a really efficient process.

2:59 AM, Monday March 28th 2022

Thanks! It's Procreate on the iPad. The video is about 2 hours of drawing squashed into 30 seconds.Not sure about efficient but the prompts drop each day around 6pm for me and I'd been looking for references and thinking about my concept last night after it dropped, so when I sat down this morning I was ready to go and had a pretty strong idea of where I wanted to take it, which certainly speeds things up a bit.

4:08 AM, Monday March 28th 2022

You're welcome. Thanks for the reply.

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