A digital drawing or doodle. Started with a blue and yellow drawing, then I used photodirector to add glitches and texture. Once I had saved it I thought I could see a face so I sketched one in using purple then white blue and black.
Playing and dazzled
An age of experiment
Make love not war?
We know it’s bad for us
After drawing several studies of our model I decided to do a more abstract image. I split the paper into squares and tried to do different colours and felt pens and pencil crayons to make an interesting image. We were running out of time and I realise now I have left out the legs and chair legs of the artist in the background behind the model! I will have to add them!
I cheated and made this moon painting circular with an ellipse tool on my phone. In reality I can’t get the thing circular so I’m going to use an upturned mug! I’ve got several tiny paintings for sale later today. Eclectic art!
Hold four felt pens together and scribble curves and circles. Fill in the gaps you create with other colours. Another abstract experiment. Mark making is such fun. Like a swirling rainbow, shards of colour spread across the page.
I’ve finished a couple of paintings today. Pretty much as soon as I finished my MA work I picked up a paintbrush again. I’m part of a group exhibition on Saturday and I wanted to finish some new work. Dragons have crept into a couple of the paintings. The one on the left is ‘dragon saucer’ and the right is ‘ulysses’. Illustration has seeped into my veins!
Eye don’t know
Is it me?
Only one eye
Staring back at me?
I don’t know if it’s me.
This is the sheet of lino that I carved out a dragon from for part of my MA final major project. I inked it up and got a reasonable result. I would like to try again and see if I can increase the complexity of the work. Its always good to learn new skills (without causing injury to myself). I don’t know if you can tell but it’s a dragon in flight. There is a girl riding it, the story is she helps it find it’s way home.
Another late night experiment. I added the pink and red this morning, when I could see their colours clearly. Drawing under electric light means colours are not as easily perceived. The yellow cast of the light made it hard to decide what colours were on the felt pens. Pinks and oranges looked very similar. Why hearts? Just because the shapes I had drawn suggested them and I wanted a soft contrast to the strong black and white shapes.
Photoshop landscape using mosaic photos to break up the image. It’s an interesting effect but is it a bit jarring? The secrion of the sky seems to have too many black bits I’m it. This is years old and I can’t remember when I did it. I have numerous pictures that I created over several years. I am very interested in artistic experiments. X