This Saturday we continue our freaking experiment with provided source images.
Photoshop this drawing image (click to download) any way you wish.
Some examples are changing the sketch, designing a poster with this drawing hand, putting the drawing hand into some new environment, movies, paintings, etc. These are just some ideas.
Many thanks to Lucretious and Stock Exchange for providing the source photo.
This gallery only contains our top 28 selections from its parent contest Drawing. All 34 contest pictures can be viewed here.
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This contest is fueled by the following news: Drawing is a portrayal on a plane, created by means of graphics. Drawing is present in any image on a plane in the role of graphic fundamentals and assessed in this means from the quality point of view (the drawing concept in painting etc.). The drawing can be done as an independent creation of graphic work with respect to value or serve as an auxiliary stage for the creation of a pictorial, graphic and rarely sculptural works or architectural plans. As preliminary drafts and sketches for the creation of much bigger pictorial products drawings often have self-sufficient and outstanding artist importance.
Drawing is a technical base of visual arts and due to this, it is deeply studied by artists, sculptors and architects (the subject “Academic Drawing”). Drawings are created by artists in the course of studying nature (outlines, studies), during the search of composite decisions of visual, pictorial and sculptural creations (sketches), or in the marking of a picturesque picture (the preparatory drawing for a painting).
Drawing as an independent product - easel drawing (as per analogy with easel painting) - forms a separate kind of visual art in European art. Irrespective of the initial purpose, historically popular drawings of considerable aesthetic value fall under the category of easel drawings. Drawing juxtaposes its uniqueness with painting, when creations of printed visual arts such as engravings and lithographs can spread widely in a set of equivalent copies.
In the overwhelming majority of cases, drawings are made on paper. The entire spectrum of graphic materials is used in easel drawings: “soft materials” (carbon, sauce, red chalk (sanguine), various types of chalks), paints, which are applied by brush and pen (Indian ink, ink, bister), pencils and other writing means. Presently the graphite pencil and carbon pencils are widely used in educational drawings.