Adaption Challenge- Style X
Basic Challenge: Many art/illustration jobs involve adapting your work to fit into a mold that has nothing to do with the way you usually draw, test your skill in this by abandoning the way you usually approach things and trying to adopt somebody else's technique. Draw an original character or a character belonging to your chosen artist in their style. Look at things like line weight, use of colors or rendering technique and try to copy it as closely as you can. Name the artist and link to some of their work when you post your attempt so we know what you were trying to do. They don't have to be famous, but it should be somebody you idolize a lot, or get inspiration from.
Bizarro Challenge: The same as above but instead of trying to copy your selected artist try to take every attribute that makes that artists work unique or special and reverse it making the "opposite" of their style. Again, name the artist and link to some of their work so we can have a frame of reference when we see your attempt. This could be difficult or very vague depending on who you pick, I suggest picking an artist with a bold, striking, iconic or original looking style.
Heroic Mimic Challenge: Draw an original character in your style, old school disney cartoon style, classic marvel style, and an iconic anime style such as akira toryama's or another of your choice. If you don't like one of these you can substitute one with a style of your choice but only one and you must reference it when you post it so we know what you did.
Mr. Mime's Wet Dream Challenge: Do all the challenges, or create your own studio and draw all the styles over a period that may extend far beyond humanities lifetime. Send an example of each style to me as proof.