Vicki Smith Illustration
copyright 2017. Illustration and Plein Air Landscape.
Nice color gradation, and I really like the curly lines in the water. Fish are such fun to draw. :D
Oh yes, I know a couple of those obsessive fisherfolk. Nice piece-- is that a linocut? The swirly water is great.
Actually, I used scratch-foam. It's really intended for children to use. The nice thing about it is that you can easily cut through it to make shaped designs.
ohhhhh. I had to zoom this one up. It is such a cool texture and look both near and far. Great take on the theme.
I really love this. I agree with everyone else's comments. Nothing wrong with using children's supplies :)
thanks, vicki! love this piece you did for IF! looks like it was fun to make.
wonderful!! Colors & lines are fabulous - the whole vibe reminds me of batik
love this! Lovely textures and perspective...
Love your illustration using this technique Vicki. I know someone who would be glad just to catch a fish - any fish!
Hi Vicki, how about a little sunshine to go with a good day of fishing? I have an award to share with you, waiting at my blog! :o)
hee hee... they sure do! this is delight, fun and summery! love it vicki :)
Oh my oh my! This is lovely! The swirly white lines, texture, everything! Looks so fabric-y. Gorgeous.As for my coffee, no, it's not a printmaking technique-- it was a filter in Photoshop. Sometimes I think my work is a little uptight, so with some experimenting I found under the Filter menu-- Artistic-- Cutout. (It works better with some images than others! Some just get covered up with the background color.)
hahaha...i can only catch colds :D :D
Vicki this is wonderful!! It has that great folk art feel that I adore!! Beautiful work Lady! Have a great weekend.
This is stunning; i just discovered your blog, and i absolutely love your work. x sandra
This is fabulous! I really like it. Thank you for the reward - I am touched!!
love the movement of lines, I wonder if he will succeed catching that big fish.
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