Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Warhol-esque Digital Painting

So for this one you first need to have a picture of a friend, a family member or an animal, the picture to the left is the picture that I chose. When you have your picture ready, you have to open the picture in photoshop and unlock the image (doubletap on the picture), then you go to filter, choose sketch and stamp. When you are done with that you choose enhance, choose adjust color, then choose adjust hue/saturation and choose the color you would like. You do that as many times you want depending on how many images you want. When you are done coloring you drag the picture in to a new file, and then you flatten image and save it as a jpg, then you're done! The picture you see on the right is how my picture turned out. 

Monday, November 28, 2016

Georgia O'Keeffe-Inspired Digital Painting

So for this one you first need a picture of a flower. You can search for a picture of a flower, or you can choose one that you took yourself. So then you open the picture in photoshop, then you open a new layer an start to color on that new layer. You also want to crop the picture to get a more closer and more detailed look on your drawn flower. Then you just color, than you're done!

Friday, November 18, 2016

Digital Post-Impressionist Portrait

This was the same thing as the other assignment. So it wasn't that painful because I chose my cat (he's not so detailed), the picture on the left is my dot-drawing of the picture on the right.

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Digital Post-Impressonist Landscape

This was so boring and painful! Because I painted dot by dot! And that took a lot of time! So first you search for an image you want to make, and then you open photoshop (do not open Adobe Photoshop CS5) and you choose the dotting tool. When you have the dotting tool chosen you start to dot all over the picture. If you are planning on doing this, remember that I warned you in the beginning!

Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Digital Painting of Choice: Sketchbook Pro

First I opened Sketchbook pro and then I found something to draw. When I had found something to draw I just started to paint on Sketchbook pro,m when I was finished I saved it on my desktop and posted it to my blog, ( Remember you or Ms.Forrest told me to post this assignment before the other ones because I don't have ArtRage 2 ).

Friday, November 4, 2016

Street Art Piece in ArtRage

First I opened ArtRage 2 Deluxe and picked a background to use behind the art, then I found an idea of something I could draw that would represent something that is a problem. I started to paint, and when I was done I saved it. This picture is supposed to represent that the earth is getting warmer that's why it is melting and it has a banana on top because we throw to much garbage on the ground, and not in the trash can.

Thursday, November 3, 2016

ArtRage Stencils: Rhythm/Movement

First I opened ArtRage and colored my background with the airbrush, then I found a good stencil to use on my drawing. After that I chose some colors to color the stencil in with, when that was done I saved it and uploaded it to my blog.

Rothko-esque Painting in ArtRage

First I opened ArtRage and decided the size on the image, then I started to paint and use the palette knife to blend all of the colors together. Then I added another layer in the middle of the image and started to blend those colors with the palette knife. At the end I added some white in between the different colors so you could see them more clearly.

Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Celebrity with Animal Name

First I found a celebrity that had an animal name, then I found a picture of that person and the animal that the celebrity's name included. When I found both of the pictures I started to blend them together in Photoshop so it looked like the celebrity had a natural animal face. After that I wrote the celebrity's name and uploaded it to my blog.