It's true what they say: "Opposites attract". That's why this drawing challenge is based around the beauty of finding a balance in life - and the same goes for your sketchbook, too! The idea is to challenge artists to use both sides of the sketchbook spread, with each side being the opposite of the other. For example: day vs. night, sadness vs. joy, past vs. future...You get the idea! Moleskine and Doodle Addicts are joining forces and challenging you to think outside of the box. Your task is to combine two totally different notions to form one cohesive sketchbook spread, telling a story of two different worlds. After all, when it comes to opposites you can't have one without the other!VIEW SUBMISSIONS
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The King represents the sun while the queen represents the moon. The two figures are opposite in many ways. The king represents the sun so the background is white to represent the day. The sharp edges to show that he's strong and powerful. On the other hand, the background is black to represent the night. The soft edges to portrait a soft and kind character.