Slim and Franke

Slim and Franke

Saturday, February 13, 2016

SELFIE SADIE

29 FACES DAY 13

29 FACES DAY 13 SELFIE SADIE by Eaghl 2016.  Strictly digital for a Saturday.
Digital painting is quick and fun.  I use my Kindle mostly and the Doodle Dawg app. Draw, color, paint and no mess.  Plus you don't have stacks sketch pads filled up everywhere.
Marker art and oil pastels take all of this and more.  All mediums give fun and exciting results.

15 comments:

  1. More personality. That is your talent, I think, being able to capture personality in so few strokes.

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  2. Tabor you are so kind with your words and comments on my drawings. With what I do beauty is definitely in the eye of the beholder. Some view my work and go screaming out the door. Lol

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  3. I love your style, wont't run screaming out the door!

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    1. Susupetal, Back at you friend:-)

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  4. Enjoying all your paintings!
    Really, you should print and mount them on canvas, then put them in a gallery showing. I bet you could sell the heck out of them.

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    1. Brighid, that's a nice thought but I can't ever see it happening. Thank you anyway. Sometime I'll tell you about the artwork that I sold quite a bit of 14 years ago

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  5. No screaming here.
    Awe. And wonder.

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    1. Elephant's child, you are a wonderful cheerleader. Thank you so much

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  6. Like I mentioned earlier, I really love this one...background and all. I find that using colored pencil after an ink sketch brings interesting results. I'm off digital for now.

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    1. Ily, I drew this from a picture of a friend of my goddaughters. That background was a bathroom I think. I go back and forth between the digital and the markers. Right now I'm enjoying doing the marker art again. It's been a while

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  8. The middle digital drawing looks like one I could produce :)

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    1. Cube, you know it's a Picasso isn't it? Lol

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  9. I didn't know that one could draw on a Kindle! That's excellent news. I have a Kindle in a drawer that I might pull out for that purpose.

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    1. Sparkle, just download the doodle dawg app to your Kindle and go for it. It is a lot of fun.

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