Hi Jean,both very good! the second, with these overlaps, brings a great sense of composition, balanced and very interesting! congrats!
Once again, Jean, you demonstrate your affinity with all media, and I just LOVE what you do on electronic ones. I especially love the second here with its background overlays and color combinations.
The second reminds me of Munch. (That's happened before.)
Both nice. Number 2 looks 1950ish.
I guess its true, different materials can make for a different look but an artist can let his or her underlying tone come through regardless.
Such beautiful lines.
The second reminds me of The Thinker, although she's a little more relaxed. I love the form in both of these.
The pink - the way you lightly create volume between the lines. Not knowing how to deal with the space around the figure can screw up some good workDo some more like the second one. interesting color palate. Interesting is not a derogatory term. it just means something is going on that takes a second to adapt to
Thanks, Denise.The second uses sketch club's vector tool.
Thanks, Ruth.I had fun with these.
AH, the main thing I have retained about Munch is the story of how he came to paint The Scream.
Thanks, Pierre. I see what you mean.
K, seems like that happens consistently. The marks one makes really are personal.
Thanks, Susan.I have recently seen many versions, large and small, of the thinker. Strong in all forms.
Thanks, PA. Messing around with the vectors was fun but probably not something I am hurrying back to. Right now I am valuing paper and pen, the excitement of putting down lines.