Entries tagged "symmetry"

December 18th, 2020

Something new to color

Roughly four hours of bedtime drawing over the last few days. The challenge of a brain that has to timeshare hobbies.

But hey, I remembered to leave the linework layer alone this time. You can color your own if you want!

May 28th, 2020

Here have a drawing

Testing some code changes to my site publishing workflow. But let's make it at least a little interesting with a manual symmetry drawing I finished a little bit ago.

May 2nd, 2020

Skinny Lines and Flat Colors

I was going to make this a coloring thing but I accidentally did my own colors on the wrong layer. Too bad Infinite Painter doesn’t have infinite undo.

April 8th, 2020

Sepia Sunburst

Lots of folks stuck at home.

Feel like coloring something? I decided to share the linework for this drawing.

Print it. Import it into your favorite coloring / sketch app. Whatever. Have fun!

And you don’t have to show me what you do with it, but I’d love it if you did!

December 15th, 2019

Again with the manual symmetry

I spent forty hours over the last month or so drawing this.

Couldn’t decide which aspect I liked best. Line work? Color? Values? So I went with all three.

On another note, I kinda want to study more about image formats. JPEG clearly has some issues with the red. PNG is unacceptably large thanks to all the detail work.

November 7th, 2019

Some manual symmetry with Linea Sketch

WelshPixie draws amazing mandala images. Inspired me to do something in Linea Sketch, a drawing app defined by its constraints. No symmetry tools. A focused approach to color palettes. Brushes limited to a couple pencils, a couple pens. Five layers, no more and no less. Stuff like that.

It does have circle and straight edge drawing tools, which I clearly took full advantage of.

The only feature I miss in Linea is custom canvas sizes. All drawings are exactly however many pixels your iPad has.

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