I like loose paintings with expressive strokes, but usually I’m too uptight a person to successfully leave a painting like that. I overwork. But I’ve been gardening and hammering – outside work. So, my drawing hand is tired. I took advantage of it. 🙂 Nice and loose work! Yep, this is digital. I used digital… Continue reading Loosely painted horse
I needed practice with tilted heads, so I chose another image from Pexels to look at while I drew. I added a great texture called Texture Melt and brushed on some colors. I also experimented with Color Balance.
WIP = Work In Progress I started this sketch today. The photo is copyright-free, from pexels.com. Such amazing photography there! Speaking of….I love to draw faces. But I can’t improve on a photograph, so I’ve been asking myself why. Why do I draw/paint something a photograph can do better? Day two – I’ve started shading… Continue reading WIP Wrinkles
With this one, I used a lot of different brushes. You can certainly see the impasto brushes. I may go back and touch it up a little more. I’ll look at it again tomorrow. (Forehead wasn’t quite wide enough. Fixed)
I’m still using that charcoal bundle and I used a gradient map on the fox (redrawn). This is fun. I love the willow sticks that are grainy and the blenders that are made like paper towels with patterns.
So now I’ve downloaded the charcoal bundle in Krita Extras. Ohhh, they have tilt recognition. For a long time, I didn’t even know my tablet had tilt. So, these charcoal ‘brushes’ are shading when I tilt my pen and they’re skinny when my pen is upright. And they have wonderful grain. Nice blenders. I did… Continue reading Charcoal brushes
I made a complementary color still life. I arranged this on the dining table, with a tablecloth thrown over a briefcase. And the candlestick holder really isn’t that tall. 🙂I meant to focus on the RGBA brushes (oil), but I also used several others in Krita. It was enjoyable – doesn’t matter how many times… Continue reading Snack