Love the glass transparency.
Thanks Oscar, my god you're quick, I've posted them 2 minutes ago!
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
Thanks.This is digital watercolour again Virginia.
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 :)
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 KiwiJox
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 !
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 sketchBy the way Alina must be very busy,I didnt see to her those days but I know she loves your sketches :).I promise :)
I didnt notice this one was digital.. sorry I wrote want
Very nice sketchs
The 'tomato-head' man is funny!!
- 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.
Love the sketch of the lady! The colouring on the arms - really does look like watercolours!Fab stuff, as always!
Beautiful sketches!!! Watching you from California---and learning!
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