This was inspired by a picture of a young model taken from the internet. It is mixed media because I also used a picture of the sky but the rest of this piece was drawn and painted by me. I did use the mixed media tool on PS5Extended to do the flowers and altered their rotation using the Transform tool and Free transform tools. It was fun to do and I hope it will be enjoyable to look at, at least for some of you. Member reactions:
This remembers my childhood days when i used to pluck lot of wild flowers to impress my Granny
This is a piece of mixed media digital art. The foreground was inspired by a picture in an older high fashion magazine of a model in haute couture clothing. I thought it was a pretty wild outfit but it was interesting so I enjoyed doing it. The background was done using a photograph I took which was also altered in photoshop. I used a lot of different layers to get the effect I wanted .Also, I used tips from my favourite reference book, "100% Photoshop" by Steve Caplin. For anyone interested in digital artwork without using mixed media, this book is an excellent reference. Member reactions:
Very Nice. In a couple of ways she reminds me of Cher
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.
Today is the 110th birthday of Maurtis Cornelis Escher - one of the most
famous and recognizable artists in history. Escher's unique vision of
the world combined art, patterns, and mathematics to create some of
the physically impossible yet realistically looking illustrations,
like "Waterfall" and "Ascending and Descending". Quite like some of
his famous predecessors, Michelangelo and Leonardo da Vinci, Escher
was a left handed artist. In addition to many famous drawings which,
Escher also illustrated books, designed tapestries, and even was hired
by the Dutch government to design new Dutch money in the 50s (the
banknotes were not approved for being too "twisted"). The total
count of Escher's works during his lifetime is over 2000.
To celebrate M. C. Escher's birthday at Freaking News, photoshop any
of his works any way you wish.
Some examples are: show what his works would be like if he created
them nowadays, merge his works and any other famous works of art, give
famous movie posters Escher's style and theme, etc.
Here's one good example.