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Art Review 2017 #3

Starting with a quick sketch that was done on the iPad, just laying around one evening with brushes and textures and it ended up turning into a little painting from imagination One of the main challenges continues to be the use of physical textures overlayed onto the digital painting (or working under them in this […]

Art Review 2017 #2

Based on a reference photo taken on holiday in Carradale, this was some experimental work again looking at using PostWorkshop 3 to try and work out the steps involved in my art  process and the thinking behind the construction of an image. The main aim was to try and split the painting of the light […]

New sketch with Painter 2015

This is a painting from life done at Leith school of Art today using Corel Painter 2015 on a surface pro 3. I have created a composite below with a few close ups (click on image for 100% view) which shows some of the textures a bit better. Quite pleased with this one.  

May 23rd Oil Sketch

Another Saturday sketch done at Leith School of Art Saturday afternoon untutored life drawing. Created in Artrage 4.5 on a surface pro 3 at 2880 by 4160 pixels. I started with a texture I had scanned originally and made a coloured background to start. My first sketches were the full figure which I almost always […]

A quick play with ArtRage on Android

Had a quick look at Art Rage which is now available for android. The first one used the canvas texture which came out a little chunky at A2 print size, but otherwise worked quite well   The second one used the course canvas and slightly less textures paint. Actually quite pleased with how this prints […]

Digital life drawing practice

Spent 4 hours on saturday 11th October 2014 down at Leith School of Art (LSoA) drawing Michael. this was done on the Wacom Cintiq Hybrid using Artflow. What I like about artflow is that it works very smoothly with high resolution images (up to 4096 by 4096) and has some nice brush categories. Overall really […]

LSoA Practice

Good to be back   It is very nice to be back doing some digital life drawing down at Leith School of Art. this was the first time using a combination of the Wacom Cintiq hybrid and Corel mobile painting program. The first three images above were 15 minute sketches. the one below was a […]