We can’t stop looking at these drawings by artists reimagining their art as famous cartoons
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There's a new challenge among artists who use Instagram called the #stylechallenge. It has nothing to do with personal style or the way they dress, and everything to do with their artistic precision.
The idea behind the hashtag is for artists to draw the same figure multiple times — once in their own artistic style, and then a number of times in the styles of some of the most popular animated shows on television today.
It's a blast to scroll through the hashtag — here are some of our favorite submissions.
This artist Emzdrawings really nailed it!
Children's cartoons like "Adventure Time" and "Powerpuff Girls" are popular as well.
Draw This in your Style Challenge
Talking about the challenge & my experience with it.
Just in case you don’t know this already; whenever there’s a fun, appealing art challenge I take it.
I love challenging myself and my art, it helps you improve and it’s also a good way to engage with the community and – sometimes –gain following.
The theme for this week’s post is the draw this in your style challenge. You probably have seen it all around before, haven’t you?
In this post I want to talk a bit about it; why is such a trend between artists, it’s pros and cons and also show some of my entries so far.
ABOUT THE CHALLENGE
I tried to find out who or when exactly it started before but wherever that is it’s buried deep on the internet. If you know for sure, let me know in the comments!
All I know it’s that it started somewhere in , I think it was first on Twitter and then it moved out to Instagram.
(Feel free to correct me if I’m wrong or give me more information if you have some!)
In case you’ve been living under a rock – cause there’s no other possible way for you not to know about this challenge –it’s about recreating someone’s drawing/illustration in your own style hence the name Draw this in your style…
The funny thing about this challenge so far, it’s that its popularity hasn’t decreased yet though it’s been about a year, it had its up and downs, though.
Usually, these trends come and go and don’t last for long
But its been 2 years and it seems its here to stay.
I first saw the small-medium accounts start it, and it was like that for the first half a year. Then, one by one, the artist with quite a following started doing it, and you know how it goes, now everyone is doing it!
Some people are even doing 2nd and 3rd events, to celebrate milestones or just seasonally.
PROS & CONS
Well as everything in this life – I feel like there’s a lot of benefits from this challenge, but also some negative things.
And no, I’m not including that trends can get annoying when they’ve been on for so long, though maybe I should…
What do you think? Tired yet?
With these things I’m gonna mention next I’m not saying you should or shouldn’t do it, though, I know they’re fun!
Just maybe keep them in mind, in case.
Oh, and if youre interested, I do have my own Draw this in your style event going on, with no deadline if you want to give it a go! Check out more info in this post.
FIRST, LET’S TALK ABOUT THE PROS:
1) I feel like this challenge is really good to realise you have your own style.
I started to see a style of my own after starting doing these, but of course, this doesn’t work if you are copying practically everything from the reference image.
2) Another good thing I see it’s that it challenges you to use different colour palettes, themes, compositions, … To sum up, helps you get out of that good-old comfort zone!
3) It can bring attention to your social media profiles, or from your favourite artists.
4) Lastly, I think it helps you a lot to keep creating if you’re feeling stuck with your art or in some kind of art block.
SECOND, THE CONS:
1) Continuing what I was saying, it helps you create when you’re not feeling creative or inventive.
But this can be a bad thing, cause you can stay in the draw this in your style zone for a long time, it’s addicting, believe me because it’s comfortable not to have to think about what to draw.
And when you realise it, it’s been months since you’ve produced any of your own work.
2) There’s a ton! I have a full gallery of screenshots that I probably won’t do anymore – or just one or two – and it can be both overwhelming and frustrating to know you can’t do them all.
Especially when they have some sort of deadline.
3) You can’t do anything with the final illustrations, so if you live from your art, it’s basically wasting your time… What I mean with this is that you can’t add them to a portfolio, sell them, or anything besides post them– or at least you shouldn’t as it’s not your idea and if you want to sell them, be considerate and ask first and don’t be rude if they don’t want you to.
I believe that was all, but I might be forgetting some things…
These conclusions come from someone who has been doing a lot of pieces for the draw this in your style challenge – on and off for almost a year. On these past few months, I’ve abandoned the practice, basically because I realised I wasn’t really getting out of my creative slump or doing art for my shops or myself.
But I said before, Im always trying new challenges, you can read more about my the last one I tried here; the heads challenge.
Next, I’m gonna show you most of my takes on different events, alongside the beautiful originals, of course.
You can click on them to get to the posts. Up there you have seen some early sketches or some that never got finished.
This is basically my way to say goodbye to this phase.
It has been good, challenged me and got me to improve, but I feel like I’ve gotten enough of it. It saddens me a bit, as there’s still a lot of beautiful pieces I still want to do, but I feel like I must stop for now.
Ill still do one or two from time to time, but I need to get out of this phase and create my own art.
Well, thats most of it!
Theres some I havent included cause I wasnt that happy with them. The last 3 ones are some of my favourites, and Im quite happy to see the improvement between the first ones and these last.
I hope you had fun with this little lighter article and the recap trough my Draw this in your style experience.
I would love to hear about yours in the comments!
Hey! I'm Patricia an artist/ illustrator and blogger. I'm hoping to help starting artists out there to find resources, tips and relevant information to make their journey easier. 😊
Whether it's a Photoshop battle or a no make-up selfie, the internet is full of challenges. But this latest drawing challenge is one of our favorites so far. It's called #stylechallenge, and it was started by a year-old Instagrammer called beautifulness The idea is simple: draw the same animation character multiple times in the styles of as many famous cartoons as possible. And as you can see, the results are pretty awesome.
The London-based artist (real name Autumn Massaquoi) has almost 80k followers, and many of them have been sending her their cartoon style challenge submissions which she then features on her Instagram page. From old classic cartoons as The Simpsons, Sonic The Hedgehog and Dragon Ball Z to the Powerpuff Girls and Family Guy, almost every cartoon character and an animated series hero you can think of has been reimagined in the various styles of different artists from around the world. Feeling up to the challenge? Then get involved with your own cartoon character drawings!
More info: Instagram (h/t: designyoutrust)
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20 Art Styles Challenge
Another art meme is taking over the internet! 20 art styles challenge test your drawing skills and draw your own character in 20 different art styles!
Have you ever tried to mimic another artists style? Or were you wondering, if you have your own, recognizable style of drawing?
I did. And I didnt consider myself as someone having his own unique style of drawing I like to draw manga-styled drawings, as well as hyper-realistic portraits.
Until I posted a quick sketch on Instagram, and my friend pointed out that she recognizes my old style in the sketch.
I bet you know this situation, where you look a certain artwork and think oh, thats definitely *name of the artist* drawing. Its her style. And maybe just like me, you also think that your art style isnt unique? Then I have the right art challenge for you 🙂
So, do you want to see how your art style differs from other artists? Join the 20 art styles challenge!
What is 20 art styles challenge?
20 art styles challenge is an art challenge where your task is to draw the same character/or yourself in 20 different art styles.
It’s a popular art challenge posted on Instagram and other social media with hashtags: #20stylechallenge #20styles and hashtags of the art styles they used in the challenge.
Ps. If you are interested in joining other art challenges, then you definitely have to check out this List of Art Challenges!
The 20 art styles challenge template
Ive created a template for 20 art styles challenge. Its a PSD file you can download it for free and modify if needed.
Download 20 Art Styles Challenge template
Click on the link above to download the PSD template. Each logo is on a different layer, you can remove them and add the logo you want. In this case, I gathered some most often used art styles in this challenge and searched for logos.
*Info: If you dont have Photoshop, you can open the file with Photopea.com
Its basically a simple version of PS based online. You can see a quick explanation of how to use a similar template and Photopea in this article: Art vs Artist template
20 art style challenge list:
Ive gathered most often used art styles in the challenge. Below you will find the list and logos. I also included images below each logo, so you could look at the art style without the need to search it on google.
If theres any art style I didnt mention, please let me know in the comments!
Studio Ghibli style
Steven Universe style
Adventure Time style
Gravity falls style
Star vs forces of evil style
Tim Burton style
Card Captor Sakura style
Disney style style
Dragon Ball Z style
One Punch Man style
My Little Pony style
Sweet Sins style
Powerpuff Girls style
Powerpuff Girls Z style
Sailor Moon style
Soul Eater style
Mob psycho style
Over the garden wall style
Teen Titans style
Boku no hero academia ( My Hero Academia) style
Scott Pilgrim style
20 Art Styles Challenge artworks
Tags art style challenge, art challenge, template
Drawing style challenge
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