I got a new toy this week. It’s the Wacom Inkling if you don’t know what it is, check out the video:
I was finally able to do a few tests with the inkling so here’s one that came out pretty decently (if you noticed from the original it lost the earrings that I sketched in last minute):
I like that I can export it into Photoshop, Sketchbook pro and Illustrator. Not only that, I can replay my sketch!
Here’s a quick video that I did with the player:
I hope to post some more soon after I’ve spent time mastering it.
I completed a new series of paintings which I started a few weeks ago last night.
I used purple and yellow hues to compliment the colors in my bedroom.
To add something signature, I decided to make it glow under black light. I know, abit creepy but a fun twist.
I love Black Light Paint, this is the finish product:
To be honest, I loved the progression before applying the lines but nonetheless, it’s now a great addition to my bedroom walls.
The black light makes it a little ghouly and fun.
A few months ago Gardenia sent out an invitation for us to make artist trading cards.
I’ve never done this before but I love crafts :).
I accepted the invitation and today I gathered my glue, paper, sharpies, shears, scrap book paper and went over.
Of course we had wine to get the creativity thinking going. Here’s what we ended up with:
Have you ever made any? Send me a few photos: jerlynthomas[at]gmail.com I’d love to see!
You must have heard about the hurricane on the east coast: Hurricane Irene.
I’m writing this post in the middle of it and nothing crazy is happening so far but I spent all day cleaning my apartment and sorting my art supplies. I got inspired and decided to draw food that I have had on my desk.
Some of my Sharpies
My Touch Colors, micropens and Prismacolors
Balsamic Chicken & Avocado Sandwich
I kind of like this project. I know there’s no particular style right now but I’d love to continue drawing them.
Anyway, I hope that I’ll be posting after Irene. I’ve been through many hurricanes but all in the Caribbean. Quite curious to see what happens in NYC.
Pablo Diego José Francisco de Paula Juan Nepomuceno María de los Remedios Cipriano de la Santísima Trinidad Ruiz y Picasso known as Pablo Ruiz Picasso (haha I love how long his name was) had a blue period. I’m not quite going through one. It’s just that I didn’t want to waste paint. Last month I used the extra paint mixed for this following painting (which I need to revisit) to paint 3 canvases:
So I started these two paintings (14″ x 18″) after going to Pearl Paint over the weekend:
I’m not quite done because I really, really love texture and I intend to add some :D.
I have one more canvas ( 18″ x 24″ )where I’m going to paint this sketch:
I’ll keep you posted on the textures :).