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Art with digital filters

In my digital art, I like to play with photo filter apps, often layering different ones for a special effect. Here is an example. First, the photo, and then three different effects.

Flower photo Flowers digital painting Flowers digital painting Flowers digital painting

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Creating art with my Digital Papers part 1

I’m starting a new series of artwork created with my digital papers. The images below are digital paintings created in Procreate using digital papers from my Set 1.

You can see all my digital papers by clicking here.

mandala digital painting

cat digital painting

mandala digital painting

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My New Digital Papers

Hi everyone… I have been working for the last few weeks, developing a collection of digital papers. You can purchase and download them, then you can use them digitally or print them out. These are the first six sets – with lots more to come.

Here is a preview of the sets.
You can get more details in my store on Gumroad.

Digital papers sets 1-6

Here are some possible uses for these digital papers:

  • digital art
  • graphic design
  • backgrounds for art journaling
  • backgrounds for tangling or doodling
  • collage elements in mixed-media art
  • traditional or digital scrapbooking
  • card making and other paper crafts
  • backgrounds or banners for websites
  • many more creative projects
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This week in art

These are the two digital paintings I created this week. Both are based on royalty-free photos from Pixabay.

This first one was created using iColorama, Metabrush, and Procreate.

Owl

This one is a still life that I layered with a crackle effect in iColorama.

Still Life

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This week in art

This week I have been playing with portraits in iColorama. Starting with a photo from Pixabay, I created these two different portraits using different features of the app. I’m not sure which one I like best, but I do know I want to do more experimenting with portraits. I especially love working with texture.

This is the photo I started with.

original photo

In iColorama, I used these settings:
– Style / Lighten / 4
– Style / Painterly / VGogh1
– Adjust / ToneLab / 16

painting with iColorama

For the second one, I used these settings:
– Adjust / HDR / 4
– Texture / Noises
– Adjust / Exposure

painting with iColorama

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This week in art

These are two new digital mandalas. Original mandala line work done in iOrnament, then transformed in iColorama, and finally layered with colourful backgrounds in Procreate.

Digital mandala

Digital mandala

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This week in art

A new portrait this week, as well as two mandalas.

Similar to the portrait I did last week, this painting started with a photo from Pixabay, with textures and framing added in iColorama, finally blended with one of my colourful backgrounds in Procreate.

Digital portrait

These are two mandalas created in iOrnament and coloured in Procreate.

Digital mandala

Here you can see the mandala before and after shading and highlighting.

Digital mandala - before shading

Digital mandala - after shading

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This week in art

This week, I created some new digital paintings using iColorama as well as other apps.

This painting started with a photo from Pixabay, with texture added in iColorama, finally blended with one of my colourful backgrounds in Procreate.

Digital painting

If you remember last week’s post, I took some of the iOrnament mandalas I had processed with iColorama, and layered them with colour in Procreate.

Digital mandala

Digital mandala

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This week in art

I’ve been missing mandalas, so I worked on a couple of them this week.
The first two are the same mandala with different colours.

Digital mandala

Digital mandala

Digital mandala

 

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This week in art

This week, I have been playing with an iPad app called MetaBrush. This app has many cool artistic features, but the one I am focusing on allows you to create great textures, following this tutorial by the wonderful Teresa Lunt.

Here are some of my first attempts at MetaBrush textures. The image on the left is the source image I used, and on the right is the texture I created. You can click on each image for a larger view.

The first three are based on textures from Pixabay, a royalty-free image site.

This one is based on one of my painted papers.

This one is based on a free image from the Hubble Telescope website.

Finally, for these two, I used photos of my bead embroidery.

Much more to come!