Saturday, November 06, 2010

Finished Rose

Done with the drafting film for the moment. I do like how see through the stuff is, and how you can work on both sides of it, but I find the pencils don't blend very well on it the way I work.
This is a scan with blue paper behind the film, which I prefer as the colours are not so bright. Scanning the drafting film with different coloured backing paper can change the whole mood of the piece, which can come in very handy when the colours of the pencils don't turn out the way you first intended.

Now onto a curious kitty (don't say C.A.T. in front of Sky, She goes mental. No really she does. I think she wants a fluffy snack o.0), and some Xmas dragons :)

12 comments:

CurlyPops said...

That's lovely - the shading is amazing.

Wen Baragrey said...

Ooh, lovely, Jennifer!

forgetmenot said...

What a beautiful rose.

2paw said...

Your rose looks so real, I do envy your gift. My watercolour paint teapot looked like Mickey Mouse.
I can't say (ride in the car) in front of You Know Who!!

Screaming Feline said...

That is a very pretty rose. The bright colors was what I liked about it the most.

Don't you just love how smart dogs can be? There is a list of words my husband and I have to spell so a certain someone doesn't get excited.

Serena said...

Beautiful rose!

Michelle (artscapes) said...

Very nice!!

Perpetual Chocoholic said...

Holy Cow!!! Stunning!

Shashi Nayagam said...

Absolutely beautiful!!

Jennifer Rose said...

thanks cam and wen :D

thank you forgetmenot :)

lol cindy, can't say that here either

thanks screaming feline :) sometimes i think the dogs learn to spell those words lol

thanks serena :)

thank you michelle :)

sandi, thanks :D

thanks shashi :)

kaslkaos said...

Pretty pretty. I love the colours, I like the idea of different backgrounds, thinking you could do a digital collage of this on different backgrounds...

Sandy said...

Jennifer - it's gorgeous!!