Two minute sketch in 3.5 x 5.5 moleskine sketchbook.
Sketches made in Hawaii using Caran d’Ache Watersoluble pastels
Baby steps to a better digital interpretation of a sketch on white paper using an iphone camera.
After years of being away I went back to Photoshop Elements 6 and tried to remember what to do.
To all of you who came to my rescue last time. Thank you. I’ve just started trying out your suggestions.
Here is a first jab at it. The image above this text shows how the phone adjusted the image. The other two were edited in Photoshop.
Dahlias from Fran (click on image to enlarge)
You don’t need any art supplies to draw. Go on. Try it. smear a little more coffee on that coffee ring stain. Take your pen and add a few strokes. Coffee is such a beautiful color. It smells good too.
When I was in Egypt I was sketching and dipped a stick into a small bottle of brown ink that I had in my backpack. I got back to the hotel and noticed my sketch book smelled strange. I had mistaken a bottle of Echinacea for walnut ink and made a drawing with it. I brought the herbal remedy along to boost my immune system and reduce the severity or length of a cold.
The herbal drawing of the Temple of Luxor has kept it’s color. It’s kept its smell, too!
Dip your finger in that glass of red wine, pat it on a piece of paper. Any curry powder around?
I found this little woodpecker outside the bedroom window. He didn’t see the glass. Carefully picking him up I stroked his tiny body, then lay him on a napkin. For a couple of days I’d come by, say hello and lovingly sketch him. I gave him back to nature by placing him under one of the tall pine trees down by the the creek.