I was out in my yard snapping some photos of the peonies, which are in full bloom. They are one of my absolute favorite flowers and I seem to photograph each year’s blooms. This evening I took one of my photos and created this Peony Digital Sketch for My Digital Sketchbook.
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I’ve created another piece for My Digital Sketchbook, and this one is based on photos I took of my grandson’s sunflowers a couple of years ago. I love playing around with photos and turning them into something different.
This is my second digital art creation of Marilyn Monroe that I’m adding to My Digital Sketchbook tonight. It’s also my favorite.
I never get tired of Marilyn’s face…and her whole life story really. So beautiful, yet seemingly so lonely and unhappy. She really seemed like a tortured soul. I just wish the love that we all had for her could have saved her.
This digital work makes me want to finish the oil painting I started of Marilyn a few years ago. It’s sitting in my studio, waiting for me. Hopefully I can finish that later this summer when I have more time. I’d love to hang her in my office with my other celeb paintings.
Time for another Hollywood icon to grace the pages of My Digital Sketchbook. This time, it’s the legend, Marilyn Monroe. I created two Marilyn digital art pieces this evening, and this is the first, Marilyn in Blue.
I love Marilyn. Such a beauty and so talented. Another one of those amazing people in Hollywood history who left us all too soon.
I was in the mood to create some more digital sketches for My Digital Sketchbook…which really look more like paintings, but I’m using my artistic license to call them what I want.
So I’ve created 3 new digital sketches for today. One is a duck, and that one was a photo I took in Muskegon, Michigan. One is a seagull, which was a photo I took in South Haven, Michigan. And the third one is a bunny, which I took just yesterday when I was taking the grandkids out for a ride in their wagon.
It was fun creating this digital art. I love photography, but I also loving transforming my digital photos through digital art.
This is another sketch I’ve created for My Digital Sketchbook, with my usual watercolor-effect that I’ve fallen in love with.
This was created from a photograph taken at the marina in South Haven, Michigan last summer over our anniversary weekend. I loved the whole look of that boat–the colors, the wood, the weather-beaten deck it was tethered to. It just screamed nautical photo-op!
I wasn’t able to get into my studio this past weekend, so I spent some time doing some more Michael Jackson Art to add to My Digital Sketchbook. These pieces all feature close-ups of MJ’s face. And once again, all of these were created digitally with PhotoScape.
These are definitely some classic images of Michael from his life and career. And I love how these turned out.
Time to add another page to my digital sketchbook. Michael Jackson has become a favorite subject for my digital playground. It’s rather difficult for me to exclude him from my creative efforts when it’s so much fun! So this is my latest digital sketch, Remember the Time.
Remember the Time was one of my favorite of Michael Jackson’s short films. Such a classic. And I really love how this digital sketch turned out!
I had so much fun creating my Sunflower Landing digital image the other day that I decided not only to make more…but also to create a brand new category for these, which I’m calling My Digital Sketchbook. I’ll include images here that I want to appear as if they came right out of a real (rather than digital) sketchbook. For the most part I will use my own digital photographs to make these digital sketches.
So my next digital sketch I’ve created is called Peony Love. I’m also using this for the City Crafter Challenge Blogs’ Love Challenge. We needed to use the word Love or a symbol of love in our creation. This started off as one of my Peony Photographs.
Once again I used PhotoScape to digitally alter this flower image. I love flowers, so they are always a favorite theme in my photographs. And flowers always make me think of love too…since flowers are very often given as a token or gesture of someone’s love. Call me sappy, but I love those kinds of gestures!