If you have a story behind your drawings, so much the better.
Maybe you’ve applied some techniques from this website.
Maybe you’ve developed your own style or have learned how to draw elsewhere.
You’ll receive positive feedback from other visitors and grow and get better together with us. You’ll gain great confidence and motivation to draw even more.
…share virtually any of your drawings or sketches. It is OK if you just doodled it in school or office, go ahead and submit your work.
We are all learning how to draw, how to sketch so anything is OK. You never know, maybe your “unfinished” drawing or sketch may help someone else to get a great idea.
Let’s share as many drawings and sketches and doodles as possible :)
There are however a few rules we all must obey to feel good while browsing through this site.
People of every age and nationality visit this website, including kids with their moms.
That is why I check every single submission before it goes live!
Submissions of the following nature will be deleted by default:
Let's respect each other and feel good.
IMPORTANT NOTICE - PLEASE READ!Regarding your drawings and submitted artwork generally: Recently, the Google image scanning algorithm grew juts too much sophisticated, which means, that if I upload your artwork that looks even remotely a bit like female nudity (topless) or similar, Google's "scanner robot" put a penalty on that page on which the alleged "nudity-like" image is placed. Accordingly, the ranking of that page drops instantly to zero and becomes invisible.
This happened a couple of months ago, where I received a notice from Google that some pages on my website have so-called "sexual content" and therefore these alleged pages were removed from the ranking...!!!!....which is, of course, absurd nonsense, against which there is no way to defend myself because Google's system simply does not allow that!
I could not find out what exactly is the "sexual content" on my page...then, I discovered a small image that might look remotely considered the cause. The (culprit) image was a painting of a female with naked shoulders (!)...but the "clever" algorithm labeled it as "sexual content". As I removed the image, the ban on the page was removed the next day...super “clever” technology!
A concrete example can be a mermaid! If you draw a mermaid without a "bra" or cover on the Mermaid’s breasts, the Google crawler robot will label it as "sexual content"...hmmm…you can make your own opinion on this :)
So, PLEASE DO NOT submit an image that is close to female nudity, because to my great regret I simply cannot upload such artwork and have no other choice but to delete it.
Make sure the size of your submitted drawings are within:
800 x 600 pixels
600 x 800 pixels
If you do not have graphics editing software in your computer, you can use this free online image resizing tool: www.picresize.com
Here is another image compressing tool. User friendly, and very useful free online tool:www.websiteplanet.com/webtools/imagecompressor/
I often receive submissions with a very nice story (text) accompanying the drawing…but the drawing itself is missing…
The reason may be that either, you forgot to upload the image file or your image size was larger than 600x800 (800x600) pixels - explained above.
If your image size exceeds the 600x800 (800x600) pixels, the system will simply reject the image and only the text arrives.
It helps if you add your email address to the submission form so that I can email you only if your picture is missing.
Your email will never appear on the display page online. I respect your privacy.