Our August Sketch Fest has ended, but that doesn’t mean the gallery’s complete! Participants may still upload works to prompts they claimed, so be sure to take some time exploring the full gallery.
To rev up your interest, enjoy these featured illustrations before you head over there.
Rosie Wells created “Mask,” a digital sketch worthy of the “Summer Masquerade” of Mayumi Ogihara’s prompt.
“Summer Meets Autumn” is Rowan Lewgalon’s finished sketch of an earlier artwork she uploaded, depicting the summer boughs tangling with autumn foliage in a glowing and sun-pierced forest.
Using Scratch Magic note paper, Afke van Herpt drew the elegant curiosity of a maned wolf in colorful strokes.
This pencil and watercolor sketch by Kir Talmage is untitled, giving us the mysterious profile of a “wolf princess” (as divined from Julie Rabischung’s prompt). Kir says, “I need to do more warm-up pieces like this. Get past the easy ideas and practice practice practice.”
Drawing on the prompt of the same name left by Rosie Wells, Tricia sketched out and began filling in this “Autumn Druid” beneath a blue sky and standing stones.
Milkycat sketched and inked this summery and mischievous “Dark Fae” (inspired by Julie Cooper’s “Dark Fairy” prompt), and you can snag the original for only $10!
Inspired by Tricia Danby’s prompt, Linzi Fay drew this serene and enchanting “Gossamer Beauty.” She’s offering the original graphite, white charcoal, and white paint sketch on tan toned paper for only $18.
That’s it for this evening’s featured illustrations! Click through to the main gallery to do some shopping and leave some comments for our artists. Be sure to come back to the blog tomorrow and discover when September’s Sketch Fest will be held!