Zoomquilts are basically drawings zooming-in in an infinite loop. Each artist claimed a frame and had to continue the previous frame not even knowing what the full picture looked like, just the borders. So it has been also a big surprise for everyone (apart the collab runner) to see the whole infinite zoom when finished! Some took almost a year to be completed, others (in black and white) took us 2-4 months only.
by Cheese Wizards (2017/11)
Infinite Coolness: the first collab of this kind run by itBroke and ElQwerty. It took 8 months, no main theme in particular. Each artist had a week (+extra days) to finish their piece.
with Cheese Wizards (2020/05)
The main theme is Magical Lands run by itBroke. It took a bit longer -11 months- but we learned a lot from the previous project which resulted in increased awesomeness by everyone.
run with Cheese Wizards (2020/10)
The main theme is Ancient surreal Era. This time I've been the collab runner and chose only Black and White. It took 4 months. Navigating this one you can also spin the view with Left/Right keys, use with caution.
run with We the Creators (2020/07)
It was the first zoomquilt for this art group, I've been the collab runner and chose only Black and White to make it easier. It took 2 months, no particular theme and a variety of styles and I suggested drawing very simple stuff, no excessive level of details (a few exceptions).
These are quick online drawings, on Interference you have 10 minutes max to draw a description; other players wrote this caption having to describe some other's previous drawing and so on. It's fun and also it might be useful to train your speed-drawing skills; I've always been a slow drawer, having infinite time to refine the details etc. Here's a list of my drawings in recently completed games, click the thumbnail to see them.