Student Nina Phillips has chosen this weeks art challenge for us. And we are a little scared! It’s the theme of Creepy Crawlies.
Students can draw or paint any kind of creepy crawly, they can zoom in to say the spiders eyes and make it really scary. Which ever creepy crawly you choose to create your artwork on, let us know what it is and the medium you used to create the artwork.
To take part, students can post their artwork on our Facebook Group or Email it to us for inclusion.
Start your post with “Weekend Challenge” so we know you would like it featured on our blog.
Please only post new artwork that you have created specifically for the challenge.
The idea of these challenges is to help students improve their skills by drawing, painting and creating regularly. Most of all, have fun!!
For those who are new to our challenges, we post them every Friday, so that students have a chance to pick up their pencils, pens, brushes or tablets to create artwork in their downtime over the weekend.
The results are the posted here on our blog on the following Thursday.
We love it when students add text to go along side the artwork, we will always post it on the blog if included.
All of the photos we post on our London Art College Weekend Challenges are copyright free. Feel free to use the artwork you produce however you wish. If you would like your artwork posted here on our blog, email it to Melanie at email@example.com. If you have any Weekend Challenge requests let us know too! Best of luck and happy drawing and painting!
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