Sunday, November 8, 2009

Autumn Improvisation

This is a vaguely Cubistic improvisational doodle from a notebook, colored in Photoshop. It's about autumn leaves and trees, and the original drawing is only about 3 inches square. Drawings like these allow me to try out ideas without having to mess around with acrylic paint or watercolor.

My temperamental iMac (I originally wrote iMad) is back in my studio, now working with the latest operating system, "Snow Leopard." I am now pursuing upgrades to Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator. Whatever I do, it's gonna cost me money. So far I have never made a cent from any digital artwork I've done, though I have earned some pennies doing a logo design.


Tristan Alexander said...

Ick Cubeisum! You know me, not a fan of the "abstract".

Pyracantha said...

Well, Tristan, some folks say that abstraction is the refuge of an artist who can't draw. I just can't draw them pretty boyz the way you do!

Tristan Alexander said...

LOL, well, I KNOW you can draw! Maybe it's lazy doing abstraction?