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Illustration Friday

Illustration Friday is a weekly art challenge aiming to get artists to inspire each other and have fun with their art.

Every Friday a new topic is posted. Artists are given one week to submit their own illustration to an online gallery and see what everyone else is sharing  withing the topic.

Fun. Free. Creative.

Here are some HOW IT WORKS information from the Illustration Friday.

How to Participate in 3 EASY Steps:



1: Make an illustration based on the current week’s topic (announced every Friday and always listed on the homepage).

2: Publish your image on your own blog or website.

3: Return to Illustration Friday and use the Submit your illustration button on the homepage.


Other ways to get involved:

• Join over 200,000 of your fellow artists on the IF Facebook page!

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• Submit your artwork for a possible feature on the IF Blog.

• Visit our partner site, Illustration Age!

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 This week, the prompt is ICE. 

Due to my love of the winter, I have decided to take part in this challenge.

 The prompt was good, because it could be interpreted in various ways, from snowflakes to ice cream vans or Ice Cube. 

 In the end, I’ve decided onto a more abstract-ish idea of icebergs. I used different shades of blue and white to create the shade, although I am note sure if it work completely, as I am still getting used to the Daler Rowney watercolour set, that I am using.

 Here is the final work. I quite enjoy the way, the shapes of the ice bergs curve and disappear.

 

Next time, I will need to think a bit more on how to layer the colours.

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