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Row Bot - In progress

When looking for inspiration I like to check a few daily sketch groups. They post an idea of what to draw each day. Sometimes if I get a good idea from one of them I try to build on it a little further.

This one was from the Sketch Daily subreddit.

July 3rd - robots in disguise from SketchDaily

I instantly went for the pun. Or at least a pun in my mind.

Sketch
Get it? Row Bot?

He's Rowing? In Da Skies? Come on! It's brilliant!

Anyway, I liked the way it looked so I think I'm going to paint this and use it for my next print.

Here are some of the places with daily drawing suggestions I use:



I'd love to hear other places to get ideas from, let me know in the comments below.

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