As you can see in 2016 I was having fun. The app I was using was a bit like creating a digital collage. It also had a frame choice that included something like the indentations on a stamp….
Silly but fun. I’d like to design things? Yes, I coukd do decals for mugs, or tee shirts. Thinking about it….
Drawn on my old phone that had patterns you could add to the screen. It was crude compared with other apps but it makes for a different visual impression. In some ways I wish I could still use it, but I don’t know where I can get another version of it. I’m not even sure what it’s called. Anyway I wil ost a few more of these I think as they are stored on this phone….. X
Paintings, digital art, sunrises, drawing, watercolour, acrylic, metallic paint, yellow painted onto a modelling paste. Subtle, bright, cadmium, lemon…
A few years ago I was on a website called Sketchfu which eventually closed
It had very simple tools to draw with but I enjoyed drawing all sorts of portraits, including Lord of the Rings characters. I put a lot of them on here a year ago. But my favourite is Spock from the original Star Trek series. He was not easy to draw but I think I got a good representation. The little pink face in the background was the icon for Sketchfu. I do miss it. It was a great site but it was difficult to communicate with the site owners even though I was a Moderator on there. I can’t believe how long it is since it closed.
Today’s challenge on 64 million artists January challenge was to choose the sense that is most important to you.
To me my sight is the most important sense, the ability to discern colours and use them in interesting ways…..
These are a couple of digital art drawings I did on ArtRage oils and Layout a year ago. I played with colours and textures.
I doodled this today, I love drawing and doodling. Faces are my thing really, I like drawing them and get a feeling of satisfaction if I draw them well. This isn’t a portrait, it’s just playing around with drawing tools and adding layers to backgrounds.
Just a bit of fun….
I’m sitting here working with my digital drawings because my hip is still playing up so I’m missing choir practice. My hubby is just making a loaf and I’m going to bake some potatoes later so the house warms up.
Once you have done a drawing you don’t have to stick with that image, you can alter the hue, change positive to negative and find the edges of the image. Experiment is good. X