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Author Archives: Judy
#74 A DATE WITH INSPIRATION
Many years ago, I had intended to create a portfolio painting of dried fruit. It turned out, that in my quest to inspire others – I had found my own inspiration. Now I could bring those old images to life as a painting! Continue reading
Posted in TECHNICAL INFORMATION Tagged almond, Art, Art Instruction, art materials, Art Supplies, Art Teaching, artist, Artwork, cherries, Creativity, dates, digital art, Dr. Martin Dyes, Dr. PH Martin's Dyes, dried apricots, dried cherries, dried fruit, dried pears, dried pineapple, figs, food art, food artist, food illustration, Food paintings, frisket film, Fruit Illustration, fruit paintings, Illustration, illustrator, inspiration, Painting, photo-realism, photo-realistic, pineapple illustration, portfolio paintings, prunes, realism, walnut, Watercolor, watercolors 10 Comments
#73 I KEEP FALLING FOR LEAVES
I really enjoyed painting “Cool Leaves” because there were so many interesting colors for me to mix. I have about 3 dozen bottles of Dr. PH Martin’s dyes and for the very first time I used almost every one. I continually ran out of room on my palette because I was mixing so many colors! Continue reading
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#72 WHATEVER WORKS, PART 2
Even though my finished product looks like a photo, I’m always hoping it is better than a photo. A lot of time and energy goes into every painting. The sheer joy of mixing transparent dyes to create brilliant colors gives me pleasure. Simply creating my art is enough for me. Continue reading
Posted in TECHNICAL INFORMATION Tagged apple, apple illustration, Apple Medley, apples, Art, artist, Artwork, autumn leaves, camellias, cat portrait, colored pencil, Creativity, digial artist, digital art, digital illustration, Dr. Martin Dyes, florals, flowers, food artist, food illustration, food label illustrator, food painter, Food paintings, hummingbird, hydrangea, Illustrate, Illustration, illustration process, illustrator, leaves, Painting, passionate, Peach blossoms, perfume bottles, photo-realism, photo-realistic, realism, Snickers Bar, steak, water droplets, watercolor dyes, watercolors 14 Comments
#71 FEELING BLUE, IN A GOOD WAY!
My two recent paintings were definitely a cure for the blues! Continue reading
Posted in TECHNICAL INFORMATION Tagged Art, Art Class, Art Instruction, Art Teaching, artist, Artwork, colored pencil, Creativity, Digital illustration tips, digital process, Dr. Martin Dyes, flower petals, flowers, hummingbird, hummingbird hovering, hydrangea, Hydrangea illustrated, Illustrate, Illustration, illustrator, leaves, Lily pads, lotus flower, meditation art, meditation music, moisture, Painting, painting technique, photo-realism, photo-realistic, Photoshop, pond, Prismacolor pencils, realism, serene, textures, transparent watercolor, water droplets, watercolor dyes, watercolors, wet 4 Comments