March of Robots 2018: Day 09

I finally finished the 9th sketch for the event, featuring a worker robot finding a pot of plant. Honestly spending late night finishing sketches in intricate shading with a 0.05 pen really took a toll on my right hand and mind. I need to refrain from the crosshatching shading and just settle on simple lines/shading.

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March of Robots 2018: Day 07 – 08

So tonight, I managed to draw two sketches of feminine robots, both to catch up the March of Robots, and to hopefully celebrate the International Woman’s day in an appropriate manner. This proved truly difficult, as I have to combat both my fatigue and the difficulty to design composition and shading for each sketch.

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March of Robots 2018: Day 05

After work, I’m not sure if I have enough time to draw a sketch for March of Robots tonight. Yet here I am, completing a sketch of my new robot OC (a cyclop mother robot searching for scraps to feed her progeny, which are in her “backpack”) for the event, complete with the shading (done entirely with a 0.05 pen.). I guess my work is done here.

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March of Robots 2018: Day 01 – 03

So I just realized the March of Robots began 3 days ago, and I forgot about it due to work. Deciding to catch up, I drew around 3 sketches starting 2 days ago. I may not be able to draw a sketch a day, but I hope to complete at least 10 sketches this month, if I could.

For the theme, I plan to just draw my robot OCs I created during Inktober 2 years ago, tho depending on situation, I may or may not draw some TF chars as well during this month.

I understand that my art skills may be shaky due to not drawing much for a month, plus some physical condition of my right hand. Still, I wish to use it as an opportunity to practice in expanding my art skills and concept.

That said, here is the process of the 3 sketches.

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