This is draft #5 above: photographed outside, then inside under my studio lights, followed by a complex digital transformation. The images below are the previous draft, minus some detailing and leafy additions!
Adding color to an older polylitho black ink ghost print… and then going digital! In addition to some digital transformations, I have added a digital variation of a drawn & colored figure for a bit of fun.
Somehow I just had to try another variation on this musical piece!
This drawing (first photographed at left, then scanned, then digitally altered of course!) has somehow gained the title “Angel Deconstructed”.
My evening Art session started with selecting two small stones from a modest collection, choosing them for the images that I could “find” in each. I found the heads of a horse & a puffin, to draw.
Then I drew the three green plums I found along my walk down. And today I scanned and played!
I certainly enjoy mythological beasts, and this includes horses: Pegasus may well be an influence here. And Bucephalus, Alexander the Great’s stallion, is legendary. I once christened a rather wonderful local horse Bucephalus, but only in my own mind: I never met this horse or its owner.
This little winged colt is really another angel in my Angels series, and I am sure my Angel Colt owes it’s existence to the horses in my friends’ lives: the horses that appear in their art.