Sunday, April 5, 2009

Theme & Variation

More graphic tablet entertainment! Here's the black & white version:

Amie Roman as burnishings on FlickrAnd a mosaic of colour versions (if you go to my Flickr account, you can see larger versions of each individual colour version, too. Vote for your favourite!):

Amie Roman as burnishings on Flickr
Again, black & white:

Amie Roman as burnishings on Flickr
Mosaic of colour:

Amie Roman as burnishings on Flickr
Woo-hoo!! So much fun!! Gotta go back to work again tomorrow and have family visiting this week, so probably won't be playing again until later in the week or even next week. But I'm really getting such a charge out of this, and, apparently, am inspiring many of you to dust off your graphic tablets and give 'er a go - good on ya!

1 comment:

ainesse said...

Hello Amie

wow you really HAVE been making 'hay' with these new tools of yours . It\s hard to pick the best one ..and "Murri" does seem a rather adorable little fellow. Not a bad model either.
I like the one where he is trying to catch the bit of string, also the silhouette of him, which shows his back and side.

I have used Photoshop since about 1997 ...though only to any effective usefulness, since about 3 or 4 years later. A lot of frustration at the beginning. Do you use Photoshop?

..........because if you are ever learning that, then I would be glad to offer you guidance although I am not a majorly, advanced 'Photoshopper' - I can get it to mostly do, what I want it to though. I always think that it's what you scan in , to begin with, that keeps things interesting and also not doing too many 'obvious" kinds of effect. Difficult to resist in the beginning though - I must say !!

Seems to me that the application you are using, can offer you a lot in terms of potential relief printmaking.

bye for now