“A Woman by the Sea,” is a simple #2 pencil drawing done on tan card stock. I love the look of pencil on paper. I hope to offer some more of these simple drawings in the future. As an artist it is always good to get back to the basics and just drawing.
Here is another digital offering. Surprise, surprise it is another pot of flowers. I promise I will try to mix in something different. The title of this one is “A Red Urn of Flowers.”
Today’s art entitled “Flowers in Yellow Pot” is done in entirely colored pencil. I must admit while I like the final result using the blue paper did not give the pop of color I was looking for.
I have been given a gift. It is not my gift of drawing or putting brush to paint and creating something from nothing. It is is a gift of a Paper 53 pen. I got the pen for Christmas and just started to delve into it’s many wonders. Let me tell you the pen is both a blessing and a frustration. I have discovered the creative process for digital art is a little frustrating.
Even with stylus in hand the digital canvas does not respond in the same manner as does the normal drawing process. All I can say at this point is I strongly admire all you digital artists out there. I know I will keep on drawing on my tablet and keep on learning but until I get better I will keep on asking myself should I draw digitally or not draw digitally. Oh yeah if anybody know of any good books or tutorials please let me know.
I went back to my roots for this one. I picked up a pencil and a picture and drew with a simple #2 a picture of a girl. The piece is entitled “Fairy lovely girl” because the girl kind of reminds me of a fantasy drawing of a fairy or a female elf.
Today’s offering entitled the “Sunflower” is a mixed media affair. The original sketch was done on an old book page and then enhanced digitally using “Art Studio.” As always any art work on my blog is for sale simply email me.
Another doodle presented to you entitled “Blue Flower Pot and Buds.” I love these sim0listic looking doodles and I plan to offer up some more as the year goes on. Maybe I will improve my digital art skills.