Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Scribble Picnic-Fox

This weeks theme for Scribble Picnic is fox. I decided its been too long since I have done any low poly art so thought I would for this theme. I think it looks really cute. There are foxes around here but unfortunately they are usually dead on the road :( 

And a close up showing how all the coloured triangles work together to create the right shape.

20 comments:

Lisa Isabella Russo said...

What a wonderful fox, I love it!

Wanda said...

Beautiful use of colors...just excellent.

Lorraine said...

That is a really cool fox! I bought my self one of those sticker painting books that had a fox in it, but I think yours is so much better.

Nicole Beadwright Campanella said...

Wow this is just amazing. Love this art.

Serena Lewis said...

Your fox is gorgeous...lovely work! I've only ever seen a couple of foxes, at different times, out on country roads...luckily, not dead, just roaming about. They're such beautiful animals.

Julie Ford Oliver said...

Fabulous FOX and I have yet to understand how it is done.

lissa said...

I like this somewhat abstract look. great take on the theme.

have a lovely day.

Mary said...

How amazing - just love it and reminds me so much of the mother fox I see in my garden.
Sad that you see them as road kill - you must be in a rural area - thankfully I've always seen our local ones trotting across the street safely - we are on a cul-de-sac and any traffic slows down to turn.

Mary -

Chris Lally said...

Wow! Gorgeous! I'm always amazing by low poly art. Like Julie, I don't understand how it's done either.

Michael said...

I've never heard f "poly" art before but, regardless, this looks fabulous, Jennifer! What a great addition to our picnic. Thank you so much! Great to have you back again.

Janis Cox said...

I had to look up low poly art - I don't do any digital except to optimize my photos of my paintings. That looks like a lot of work. Beautiful result.
Blessings
Janis

Jennifer Rose Phillip said...

thanks Lisa :)

thank you Wanda :)

thanks Lorraine :) those books can be fun :)

thank you Nicole :)

Serena, thank you :) they are def gorgeous animals but the farmers around here want to get rid of the hunting ban because they blame them for most livestock deaths (ravens too)

thanks Julie :) there are a few ways to do it, but it basically just making a lot of triangles

thank you lissa :)

thanks Mary :) yep live in a rural area which is nice since we do have a lot of wildlife around but not good when cars/tractors get involved

thanks Chris :) its not that hard to create, I will see if I can find the tutorials I used and make a blog post about it :)

thanks Michael :) low poly art pretty much came out of game design :)

thank you Janis :) its not too much work, can be a little tedious at times if you want a lot of details/polys :)

Christine said...

This is fantastic Jennifer, wow!

Tammie Lee said...

Wonderful angle that you did the fox, unique. Love all the triangles to bring this piece to life. It is a striking piece.

2paw said...

Oh my word, how you can make a picture with just coloured triangles is amazing. It is fantastic!!!

Jennifer Rose Phillip said...

thanks Christine :)

thank you Tammie :)

thanks Cindy :) i think the triangles work so well because it sort of works like an impressionist painting :) little dots of colour together to make a whole

alarmcat said...

what a great technique!! love your fox!

Jennifer Rose Phillip said...

Thanks Sue :)

joeks said...

Thought I commented on this already... Love it! And of course I had to look up "low poly art", which looks like it could be a lot of fun and/or a lot of work!

Jennifer Rose Phillip said...

thanks joeks :) low poly can be fun but also can take a lot of time depending on how detailed you want it to look in the end :)