AEDM 2017, Day 15 [Ripples]


Art Everyday Month is an artistic challenge established by Leah Koildas at her blog Creative Every Day. She explains it pretty well on a page dedicated to the Challenge. Essentially, those participating set themselves the goal of producing some one creative work each day for the entire month of November. In some respects it is like Inktober, which I opted out of due to a lot of scheduling conflicts...but maybe next year I can do both challenges. So, for this year, for Creative every Day Month, I will be posting fresh new drawings and other artwork here at my personal blog. some of these will get statted-up as critters for our Hereticwerks blog--you didn't really think otherwise did you?--but some will be just for the sake of trying some technique out, or to do something I haven't done in a while.

Today I did this...



An experiment with textures and such...




Comments

  1. how did you do that? very cool! especially the symbol in the front.

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    1. I drew the symbol by hand then colored it digitally. Each of the four panels were painted digitally over and under a couple of layered photos and the hand is my own good right hand scanned and plopped down over things on its own layer. No filters. I rarely use filters any more. I prefer to make my own effects where and whenever I can, bringing in real world media as much as possible.

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  2. Very creative and colorful designs ~ ^_^

    Happy Week to you,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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    1. Thanks! My daughter felt it was a bit garish, but my wife really loved the colors too...I tend to just let each piece do its own thing then get on with the next one.

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  3. interesting creation, I like the way you added a hand in there :)

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    1. Thank you. I felt that it added a personal touch, pun intended...LOL!

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  4. The textures of this one makes me think of looking through a paned glass window. It is fun.

    I know I'm late, but I'm trying to play catch up and not miss a single post.

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    1. Glad you like the image. I am a big fan of stained glass, so that's an interesting observation...maybe I can do something more along the lines of a stained glass piece in the near future? That might be fun!

      Comments are like gifts--something you give when you feel like it or have the time, and they're never too late, as far as I'm concerned--from time to time I still get comments on posts from the deep past on some of my other blogs. It's always nice to get feedback, of course, but there's no time limit as far as I'm concerned.

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