I have this idea that maybe some of you might like13 posts and 2 image replies omitted. Click reply to view.
I see people doing art trades, but after they're done, they usually stay away from each other till the next time they do an art trade
I heard someone ,I can't remember who, say that they would pair up with someone else for a few days to see it they improve over that time
What if we did that?
Pair up a few people, give them a set amount of time together, then pair them up with someone else. Over time we start to add more people to those groups until, in the end, it becomes one big group of art improvement
I already know of the MLPG art improvement skype chat, but because of other people, it's in a negative light. And I already know of the second one, which not a lot of people know about apparently. But I noticed that both of these lean more into critique, teaching, and suggesting other art methods, but never about active improvement. And that irks me a little.
But think about this, giving a short time limit to see what improvement you made, switch partners, add more partners, then in the end we all see the improvement you made.
It sounds like a good idea right? Of course, I'm open to any ideas you guys want to add or change.
gonna start with some warm ups
Well that was fun
New prompt will be out tomorrow
You guys can still join
I dont really understand how this works, what do the 2 partners do for each other? also can people join late, and if one joins do they have to do all of these assignment things?
>>3948>I dont really understand how this works, what do the 2 partners do for each other?
For every prompt, the partners will pick what they will draw, bounce ideas for what they will draw, and and work together
>also can people join late, and if one joins do they have to do all of these assignment things?
You can join and leave anytime you want, and no they don't need to the previous prompts.
If there are any extra people that joined during a prompt, then they do some small exercises together