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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
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#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
#33 MY CAREER BLOSSOMED
My theme for this post is obviously flowers. I have tremendous appreciation for botanical illustrations and study them at every opportunity. Flowers have fabulous colors and textures, and lend themselves very well to my technique. Continue reading
Posted in JOB EXAMPLES Tagged Art Teaching, artist, bouquets, camellias, Commercial Art, Conroy's Flowers, Dr. Martin Dyes, Floral Painting, floral paintings, flower artist, flower illustration, flower paintings, Gladiolas, hydrangea, Illustration, illustrator, marker comps, Orchid Spray in watercolor, Painting, photorealism, photorealistic, realism, student art, transparent watercolor, Tulips, Watercolor, watercolor dyes, watercolors 5 Comments
#23 A POST ABOUT COMPOST
One of my favorite series of illustrations was the ones that I did for Rod McLellan Company. Because I did eight illustrations, I will have them grouped in two different posts in chronological order. Each illustration created for a Supersoil package label was unique and keenly designed by the art director, Dave Sanchez. I never did meet Dave in person; we had excellent rapport over the telephone. Continue reading
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