Please remember the rules, don't you hate rules? Please leave a comment here or on the post to Braleigh and you must be a follower. That is it pretty simple. Then on the stoke of midnight on the 31st of May I will have some winners. (Well maybe just the next morning, depends if I am up or not at midnight. : ) ) Now if you prefer a certain image please tell me in your comment , in not it will all be random.
I actually won a give a way and was so excited so I thought that was fun and I needed an excuse to give y'all one. These are some digital paintings I did. Loved doing them and certainly don't look like the original photos I used. Now what is digital painting you ask, just in case you haven't gotten to explore it ? A computer program, a stylus, an Wacom pad and your fingers and brain get to play together . Mine are not the automated paintings but stroke by stroke one each lovingly put on the canvas. Oh I admit sometimes not lovingly but still the same the strokes are on there. I can thank Karen Bonaker and Marilyn Sholin for the teaching of their techniques in Painter. I did also take a little started class with Jim Cunningham and some DVD off of Jeremy Sutton, so I should be good to go in the educational part of it. When I first started without help, I opened the program and thought where do I start ? So I just grabbed a pastel in Painter and went to town. That is the medium of my choice when I use to paint a million years ago. I used all knowledge I knew from being an artist of traditional medium. Karen and Marilyn taught me the program. Now sorry Photoshop, but Painter is running you a close race in being a giant of a program. That is a tad of the history of what I did with these fun paintings.
The 6 images to be used for the drawing. Good luck to you all.
There you go, thanks for stopping by and seeing what is going on in my world today. xoxoxo