You seem to have somehow wandered into the Chamber of Knowledge. You decide to stay to escape the chill of the cold night air, lighting a few candles for visibility. Decrepit and seemingly abandoned, the place is as eerie as ever. Once you overcome the loneliness of the area, however, you notice that it really is quite cozy. Disorderly arrangements of artifacts, sculptures and fancy drapery give it the air of a child's room cluttered with old and beloved toys. What seem to be broken tools that had once been of some sort of use can be found in the heap, as well as corked containers whose contents shall forever remain ambiguous. Perhaps this place had once been a fountain of education and insight, but in its current state it only brings about more questions. Various books and papers line the shelves, and naturally you reach for them, in hopes of having some way to pass the time that you will be stuck here for.
We start off with a lovely piece by Wolfprincess675. The lively yet delicate colors in the sky and sand are especially pleasant to look at, and the grainy transitions between the colors are nicely done as well.
Here we have a couple of pieces by FactoryDash. As always, your bright colors and action shots are sure to delight! The variety of poses within your pieces is also very refreshing.
Next, we have an adorable Arctic Wolf sent in by TravelingPomeranian. I especially enjoy the rich colors - the intense dark blues and the off-whites. If one looks closely, one can see the clever addition of stars scattered throughout the wolf's dark fur.
Now, we have some Pokemon character designs by Iluvyurbles. I particularly like the repetition of elements - the colored feet, the yellow digits in the wings. It's as if one could have evolved from the other.
♥~Uηιqυє~♥ sent in some lovely drawings done in the AJ painting program. I especially love how you've added your own twist to the bunny drawing tutorial by adding a unique background in the second piece.
Cloud9 aj sent in this interesting piece. I love the composition and placement of things; it allows for emphasis on both the character and the name.
Here we have a couple of pieces sent in by Avery898! I like how, in the first piece, there is a distinct foreground and background, with the lion up close. The second piece is a great example of meticulous calligraphy-styled lettering. Very pretty!
Snowy PawTheShaymin sent in some Pokemon-themed drawings! These are very accurate depictions of these characters, right down to the detail. You sure got Maxie's expression right!
Next, we have an adorable drawing sent in by happy hola hoop! These bright primary colors are perfect for the occasion, as they really remind me of the Summer Carnival.
To wrap up, we have a collection of sketches by NutterButtersTigerclaw. Your willingness to experiment with your drawings shows that you are very adaptable as an artist, and will be able to draw a variety of different things if you keep drawing!
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