These are wonderful Jean. You do inspire. Now maybe I'll be able to free up tomorrow? My life drawing is feeling stiff.
Fabulous composition and I love the textures you accomplished with the ink and water.
Wow!!! Love the color...the composition...well done!!!
Thanks, all.I love the blue and green. Maybe I am just missing the Northwest.
Globe was the first thing I saw when I looked at the wash edged on her belly. Check out the below link.http://mashable.com/2013/12/02/morgan-freeman-ipad-fingerpaint/
PA, that's amazing.Over 200 hours for that portrait. Right down to the light on the freckles.I have seen other examples of realistic computer drawing but watching this being done, even time lapse, is amazing.
The Artic Circle, Tropic of Cancer, Tropic of Capricorn...
I want to go back and take screen shots at certain points in the process. Funny how much you can learn about layering. In fact, I think I wanted the portrait to stop after the first layer of wiggly white beard hair was applied to the top of the beard. I believe that did take a month and would like to know the level of eye damage she received in the process....or how many computer "layers" this thing held. Must be a strong system she's working.
I went back and watched it again. Such mastery of drawing and the app.Started reading some of the comments. Oy.
Arctic, indeed, AH..
As well as those less frigid places.Very focused on cold, lately.We have had snow and single digit temps, already, and it is not even winter.
Maps and human bodies. What a great juxtaposition, and I'd never have thought of it. And yes, for me it's even greater when the human body is a naked female. Sorry, just being honest.