It took me a while this time to get to do some work on my Wacom Companion. I finished on a job and had to find a new one. I am very lucky and even got some time off in between. So I packed up everything, including my Wacom Companion and was off to Newquay.
Since the main objective of this blog is to improve my skills, I thought of doing a still life and there was this incredible washbasin in my room. What a collection of shapes, colors and materials! There wasn’t much space in front of it, so the perspective is off more than once …
The question mark after finished in my last Kaleidoscope post was well chosen. After all the feedback I went back into the artwork. Very special thanks to Andrée and Hayley at this point.
So here it is, my first proper artwork, produced solely on the Wacom Companion. Please, let me know what you think!
Here is a great way how the Wacom Companion can help you to improve your skills quickly. I went back to V & A Museum and with the internal camera I took a picture of the statue I painted a few weeks ago. Next I took it into photoshop, traced the outlines and overlayed it over my painting. Instantly I can see that the left leg is quite off as well as the position of the shoulders. Great if you don’t have a tutor handy!
Correction of my painting of Antonio Canova’s sculpt