Drawing Drill: Create a Sculpture Thumbnail

Draw a Thumbnail for a Sculpture!This week’s Drawing Drill challenges you to draw a thumbnail for a sculpture. Yes, you heard correctly! Try creating a draft of a sculpture you’d like to see set in stone or clay. Maybe it’s on a grand scale like those at public parks, or maybe a smaller-scaled sculpture would do – you know, the kinds you find on every art teacher’s desk.

The art featured in this week’s drawing prompt is from Fantasy Creatures in Clay by Emily Coleman and you can check out her latest book trailer by clicking HERE. It’s got everything from how to brainstorm your sculpture, to creating hairs and scales, and even painting your finished product!

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Click to Purchase Fantasy Creatures in Clay!If you liked this blog post about Drawing Drills then you might like some of these:
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