Weekly Drills 015 - #MedievalWeapons
This week your drill is to get your medieval on and create some weapons, then tag it #RookiesWeeklyDrills and #MedievalWeapons.
This week we want to see you create a Medieval Weapon that could be used in a film/game by a lead character. With only a week to build something I'd recommend tackling a smaller asset like a sword, axe or shield. However, if you've done plenty of those before and are feeling adventurous, you might want to create a cannon or even a trebuchet. Whichever way you go, challenge yourself with skills that you want to improve.
To get some feedback on your work-in-progress project before you submit it, head over to Discord channel and chat with other artists having a crack. To see all the Weekly Drill projects just follow this link.
- Use your favorite art supplies, software and workflow.
- Only submit work created during this week.
- Submit as many entries as you want.
- You can use concept art, models, textures and other assets and include it in your project. However, make sure to credit the artist by linking to their work and explain exactly what you created.
- You must tag your project with #RookiesWeeklyDrills and #MedievalWeapons
- Submission open Friday, July 10, 2020
- Submission close Friday, July 17, 2020
Creative Director Justin Mohlman will evaluate entries and select a winner based on quality, creativity, and adherence to the challenge theme.
Official Weekly Drills Achievement badge to show off on your profile page.
To enter this Weekly Drill, simple create a project for your portfolio and tag it. Remember, keep these drills loose and stress-free. This drill is about growing our digital skills, together, as a community.Create Weekly Drill Project
How many entries can I submit?
As many as you want.
How do I tag my project?
During Step 2 of the project building process, you will see a tag input field in the right column under your project title and description input fields. Note: Do not include "#" with your tag (eg: #RookiesWeeklyDrills), the tool already handles that for you. See below for example.