Created on my iPad with the Procreate app while enjoying Sunday brunch with my husband.
For this ensata iris painting, I chose the ArtRage iPad app. I wanted to simulate the watercolour effect look with a textured paper background. I tried to convey the illusion of three-dimensional space by distorting one of the standards.
Paper 53 is the first drawing app I installed on my iPad. No background, so it appears to be floating in space. This is before I started using a stylus. So technically, it’s a finger painting.
I recently won a copy of Corel Painter 2015, a reward for answering the surveys. This drawing is the first vector I created using Painter. I need to practice using the pen tool and the shapes.
Until today, I had no idea I could use my purchased Topaz Labs plugins from within Lightroom. This saves time. All I need to do is right click on the selected image thumbnail, Edit > Fusion Express. Then chose which plugin I want to use.
To create this artwork, I started with a photo from Sean Allen (with his permission). You can see the original photo on his website. http://www.vuurvliegie.net/ The software I used: Adobe Shape CC Adobe Draw CC Photoshop CC ArtRage 4
This artwork is a combination of two Procreate drawings I refined in Photoshop. An earlier version of Foxy appeared on the old blog.