Thursday, June 15, 2006

More Sketches Under the London Sun.


14 comments:

Oscar Grillo said...

Love the glass transparency.

Stef said...

Thanks Oscar, my god you're quick, I've posted them 2 minutes ago!

Virginia Valle said...

The woman has a really beautiful blending. I love the blue and skin colour blending,Is nice to see your drawing with a normal paper :).
Yes, the glass transparency is beautiful, beautiful sketches!! Still loving the contrast

Stef said...

Thanks.This is digital watercolour again Virginia.

Joan said...

These are gorgeous drawings as usual, Stef. I wouldn't have guessed the first one was digital watercolour. It's a great effect. Have you used Photoshop, Painter or something else?
On a lighter note, the face of the second character makes me think you must be enjoying a rather strong sun these days :)

Jo Ervine said...

Hello my French friend, I've been checking out your blog and you've certainly been busy since I left London. Keep up the wonderful work, I'm enjoying looking at it from New Zealand.

Your Favourite Kiwi
Jo
x

Fab said...

Salut Stef. Juste pour dire que c'est marrant on dirait que la femme du premier dessin est plus réelle que le cahier et que le cahier a été ajouté après. Je viens régulièrement sur ton blog qui est vraiment source d'inspiration, même pour ceux qui n'ont que très peu à "expirer". Grosses bises pleines de Ricard.

PS: le soleil ça fait au moins deux mois ici... Sans rancune !

Virginia Valle said...

wow Stef thanks I didnt notice this want was digital..I see the intense white colour (alround) intensify the transparency and kill a lot the digital quality, I know digital watercolour work very well witn textures, but I see your used the texture(normal paper and a lot of transparency and contrast from another traditional media( blue lines) You cheat me hehehe, the next time I will bring a lens. is a really beautiful sketch
By the way Alina must be very busy,I didnt see to her those days but I know she loves your sketches :).I promise :)

Virginia Valle said...

I didnt notice this one was digital.. sorry I wrote want

Bicos de pés said...

Very nice sketchs

Matt J said...

The 'tomato-head' man is funny!!

Stef said...

- Hey Joan, I used photoshop for these. A friend created some fantastic watercolour brushes and it's amazing what you can achieve with them, very close to traditional watercolour.
Thanks for the comment.

-Hey Jo! I have to email you, thanks for popping by!
Bisous to everybody there.

-Bon Fabien ca suffit, c'est un blog serieux ici.

-what do you use Virginia for digital watercolour?

-Thanks Bicos.

-Oui, merci.

Clio said...

Love the sketch of the lady! The colouring on the arms - really does look like watercolours!

Fab stuff, as always!

Anangeli said...

Beautiful sketches!!! Watching you from California---and learning!