March 16, 2012

Colorful Contours



Needed to step back from my sketch that I’m working on and get some COLOR in.



So, I thought I’d have some fun with contour drawing.  For me, the first step is to get that contour down.



I used watercolor pencils for coloring in the clothes.



It was time for markers in the background.  There’s no better way to fill up that white space than with some definitive pattern…..which I get to color in.



I love those little thought bubbles.  I knew what I wanted to say in the right one.  Wasn’t so sure what to say in the left one….I debated with “I like people that can cook” with “I like people that make me laugh”…and then I thought I’d use “I like people who don’t take themselves too seriously”….but nothing stuck so I’ll leave it blank for now.

I’d love to hear your ideas for what that second thought bubble should say Open-mouthed smile

2 comments:

Jp said...

How about
"I don't like people!" or
"I like quiet people.". Or
"bad people are more fun."

Your work is beautiful.

Eden said...

Thanks JP, your quotes are funny :D

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