I came across Huevember a few days from the end of October, so I had time to start shifting approaches. The challenge with this one is that it gives a color, but what to draw is still up to the artist. The artist isn't limited to the specific color, the value and saturation can be altered, but the hue does need to be prominent. For the most part, with the exception of a couple at the very start, I've tried to keep the hue the focus by using greys to supplement the main color. A minor thing to note is that I did get my colors a little off for the first two or three days; I wasn't using the main Huevember chart for reference but a slightly different one, which meant I started more green than the actual chart indicated. I got back on track by Day Four or Five.
|A close-up of Aya from Green Lantern: the Animated Series|
|A Bellsprout from Pokemon|
|A yellow-brick road from the Wizard of Oz. Silver shoes means novel version.|
I started approaching the figures, mostly fanart, with the goal of doing simple silhouettes or main body or clothing colors. I started this with Jasper, and I adhere to it most frequently for the Sailor Senshi images. A few characters don't work all that well as pure silhouettes, or I felt missed something if I didn't draw the features, like Wander later.
|Jasper from Steven Universe|
|Wander from Wander Over Yonder|
This is one of the handful of original pieces that I did this month. This is an imaginary desert landscape.
|Ruby from Steven Universe|
|A flower based off a hyacinth|
|Garnet from Steven Universe|
|Princess Amethyst of Gemworld|
|Kate Bishop "Hawkeye"|
|Clint Barton "Hawkeye"|
|A flower based off a morning glory|
|A popplio from Pokemon Sun and Moon, my current starter|