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I noodled around and found it…..

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And someone on Discord posted a prompt list that is old words (I recognise some of them, but there are a bunch that I don't know). Don't know if I'm allowed to post g-doc links, though. ^^;

No idea. Interesting list!

 

3 hours ago, TGP said:

Is that on Reaper’s Discord?

It was. And I've asked if I could re-post it here. (edit: and I have made a nifty graphic of them in case they greenlight it. 2nd edit: And they answered back with :winkthumbs:  see next post.)

 

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@Reaper_Jon  (re: sculptober) the idea is to Z-sculpt those?  Several of them would make interesting 2D pix as well

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4 hours ago, Reaper_Jon said:

Can we also add this to the list. Found this and thought that it would belong here, gonna try to give it a go. We'll see how it goes. @TaleSpinner


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Sounds fun, but I’m pretty booked with commissions now and over booked with projects at the day job. I can sketch at meetings at work, but 10 hour days at work, a sculpt a day, and my committed sculpts too would be a bit more than I can do. 

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After not doing any serious(ish) drawing in ages, I kind of surprised myself.

 

After fiddling for over two hours on the SketchBook app, I've finally completed one drawing I may not have the same level of control as on paper, but it does give a clean looking result.

 

I'll post it on the appropriate day.

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7 hours ago, TaleSpinner said:


Sounds fun, but I’m pretty booked with commissions now and over booked with projects at the day job. I can sketch at meetings at work, but 10 hour days at work, a sculpt a day, and my committed sculpts too would be a bit more than I can do. 

 

Well we all know that if you just sculpt nr. 4 we all would be satisfied...

 

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Might as well kick things off.

 

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An aberration among aberration.

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On 9/29/2020 at 5:39 PM, Reaper_Jon said:

Can we also add this to the list. Found this and thought that it would belong here, gonna try to give it a go. We'll see how it goes. @TaleSpinner


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This is quite intriguing. No chance of me doing one every day, but some number, sure. 

On 9/29/2020 at 5:39 PM, Reaper_Jon said:

 

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FYI the Mythical Creatures prompt list is from 2017 and the Woodland Magic one is from 2019. I could not find a 2020 one from the Mythical Creatures person, but the Woodland Magic person DOES have a 2020 prompt list called "An Adventurneer's Guide to the Ordinary." I wish the prompt makers would do a better job of putting the year on their prompt lists, idk why they leave it off.

Obviously, please use whatever prompt list inspires you, what year it's from only matters if you're using the hashtags on your social media and/or trying to enter any random giveaways the creator may be doing (Drawtober does that, some of the others may as well.) Otherwise, all that matters is that you're inspired and having fun.

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8 hours ago, Guindyloo said:

FYI the Mythical Creatures prompt list is from 2017 and the Woodland Magic one is from 2019. I could not find a 2020 one from the Mythical Creatures person, but the Woodland Magic person DOES have a 2020 prompt list called "An Adventurneer's Guide to the Ordinary." I wish the prompt makers would do a better job of putting the year on their prompt lists, idk why they leave it off.

Obviously, please use whatever prompt list inspires you, what year it's from only matters if you're using the hashtags on your social media and/or trying to enter any random giveaways the creator may be doing (Drawtober does that, some of the others may as well.) Otherwise, all that matters is that you're inspired and having fun.

 

You and me both. I did find that prompt list, though.

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I am, however, having an argument with my actual picture, and I don't know why. *sigh*

 

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For reasons unknown to me, I couldn't get the dratted thing to upload, so, have an Instagram link instead: 

https://www.instagram.com/p/CF069ujndwQ/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link

 

Prompts used include Fish, Fungus, Mermaid and Woods. Picture is watercolours. I ... um. I'm actually a little bummed; the photo didn't catch the metallics at all. I has a sad. But the rest came out alright.

 

 ... if that ends up being a thing, I'mma not be a happy Thorne; that phone keyboard is a right *redacted*.

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26 minutes ago, Sylverthorne said:

For reasons unknown to me, I couldn't get the dratted thing to upload, so, have an Instagram link instead: 

https://www.instagram.com/p/CF069ujndwQ/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link

 

Prompts used include Fish, Fungus, Mermaid and Woods. Picture is watercolours. I ... um. I'm actually a little bummed; the photo didn't catch the metallics at all. I has a sad. But the rest came out alright.

 

 ... if that ends up being a thing, I'mma not be a happy Thorne; that phone keyboard is a right *redacted*.

The adventurneer hashtag is typoed. #adventurneer

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My attempt at #Adventurneer. My attempt at drawing a sapling yawning ended up as a tiny tree instead. Oops

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