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How long does your art take?

Discussion in 'Creative Zone' started by awney, Sep 22, 2018.

  1. awney

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    Art can either be 10 minute doodles or pieces that take hours or even days to complete. How long does your art take you?


    My lined style takes about 20-30 minutes not too long. But my lineless art can take me upwards of a whole day. I do sometimes sketch dumb doodles on MS Paint and those take less than 10 minutes.
     
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    Well, lining art without cleaning up and coloring takes about an hour, depending on what exactly I'm doing, but a bust shot took an hour. With that and coloring and shading, about an hour and a half!
     
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    My lineless pieces take about an hour and a half I wanna say? Doodles take about 10 minutes. But it all depends on the complexity of the subject I am trying to draw honestly.
     
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    Well my handrawn (which is the only art I do) it depends on what I'm drawing. Recently I have been drawing dragons from how to train your dragon and they can take me up to 40 mins. An hour with cleaning and colouring.
     
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    For me it depends on how complex the drawing is, how I'm drawing it (traditional or digital), and how much motivation I have. Most of of my art takes between 1 to 2.5 hours, but sometimes it may take longer (5-6 hours).
    My rough sketches usually take anywhere between 5-20 minutes.
     
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    too long I don't doodle anything anymore, but my full drawing can take me pretty long, I take a lot of time to get it perfect and since I do traditional stuff it can take me anywhere between 3 and 5 hours for the whole process.
     
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    small lineless pieces are taking me a little under an hour now!
     
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    Small drawings are about half a hour or so.. Digital drawings can take hours. One of my latest digital works took 10 hours (..add in that at one point my computer crashed, and I lost over half of my progress and I had to start over.)
     
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    my dumb little sketches are usually in that 5-10 minute range, while my full out completed digital pieces can go up to 2-3 hours in some cases!! in very rare cases where theres a lot of bg/lighting to draw, it can go up to like..... 4-6 hours depending on how complex it is and how fussy i am on any given day haha..

    its a little slower when i draw characters that are new to me or i actually want it to look nice. it once took me 5 hours to do something and a whole hour was blocked for just cleaning lineart/coloring/shading hah. psa to artists: please clean your lines when you do them so you dont have to do them later
     
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    way too long for me, due to always trying to maximize detail... a lot of stuff never gets done due to that (mostly just commissions nowadays)
     
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    It really depends. A lot of my art can take 5+ hours, though most of the sketches I did for Inktober took about an hour, sometimes less.
     
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    I am now able to successfully do lineless in 2 hours or less depending on details !
     

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