created in 2012
last scan 6/13/2019
Our mission is to draw something every day, whether we're feeling inspired or not. Each day a prompt is posted and anyone is free to draw and submit their drawings.
subreddits related to r/dailydraw
A community advice / critique panel, much in the vein of /r/learnprogramming. Ever wonder how someone did that AMAZING painting and want to learn the technique? Problems with Photoshop or illustrator? Need to know a good brand of acrylic, or where to get your stuff printed?
Doesn't matter if you are a beginner, intermediate or even a professional. We all have days where we just forget or don't have the motivation to draw even though we know we probably should. Having a buddy system where there is someone else to motivate you and help you make progress together will ensure that you are not alone for any step of the way to getting better at drawing.
Welcome! The purpose of r/DigitalPainting is to nurture growing artists. Be prepared to receive constructive critique on your art. Be active and participate in the conversations, give critiques! Being able to recognize and give constructive criticism will mark your growth as well as help others! Have any questions? Stop on by the infamous Wobbly Wednesdays!
RGDB is a subreddit for people who just want to draw and get drawn, regardless of skill level! We've evolved past our name: good drawings are ok, average drawings are okay, bad drawings are okay. We have no standards, upwards or downwards. Just have fun!
This subreddit is for fans of role playing games who would like their characters drawn or for artists who want to draw characters from popular role playing games such as DnD. This is purely pro bono work please do not solicit work.
New to drawing? Let us help you learn how to get started! Drawing is a skill, not a talent. It doesn't matter if you can draw or not, with practice you can be the best. We welcome you to our community. Learn with us, the future artists of reddit. Good luck!
Everyone keeps telling you that you need to practice your fundamentals. What the hell does that mean, and how do you do it? This subreddit's all about concrete exercises that you can do to improve your fundamentals. We'll give you homework and we'll tell you where you're going right and wrong.
Have you ever seen a tv show where the witness to a crime describes the perpetrator to a police sketch artist? Or have you even described a criminal to a police sketch artist yourself? Well /r/PoliceSketchme might interest you! We are a subreddit where you, the poster, describes yourself in detail. Then a talented artist draws you based on your description! After the artist posts their drawing, you and other users can see how close the artist was to the real you!
Welcome to /r/Painting! Functioning like an artist cooperative gallery, this is the place where beginning to advanced painters display their work in an ongoing group discussion. Artists who post their work are strongly encouraged to interact with their fellow subscribers and be prepared to discuss their concept, process & technique.