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Epic Arty Party 'The Chaperone'

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Feb 20, 2017 | 11:28 AM EST
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This is my entry to Jazza's COTM Epic Arty Party. i was nervous submitting this as i haven't been drawing long again after a near 5 year hiatus, my depression got the best of me but now i am finding a love of art again! :)
When i think epic arty party i think a whole lot of kids coming together to create something epic as a whole. i've been included in one of these types of partys and they are so fun, all adding to each others art work and building it till it becomes a masterpiece.
The direction i took this piece was that each of the kids' drawing where coming to life, i did this because kids often have amazing imaginations and even the most wonky drawn bunny can look real to them. I chose to put a chaperone in there and have them be a neglectful teen who cant see the magic unfolding around them because they are so infatuated by their phone (that coincidently has Jazza's app open on it)

Anyways i hope you all enjoy it, this is my first time drawing in nearly 6 months and this was all done by mouse, generally 3 to 4 hours a day spent on it over the course of the COTM.

I also just want to say, some things like the claws, bunny, couch and fish were drawn by using tutorials and references (I would pull an image into photoshop and have it right next to my drawing zone, looking from one to the other.) I just wanted to stay this as when I use references I like to admit that I have used references and give proper credit where credit is due.

Hand draw WIP:
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