I did much of this as a large pencil drawing; The figure and shoes and goggles were drawn, but the palette the figure is romping on was made digitally in Photoshop. Over the past 11 years I have been using computers more and more. The model was of Mayan extraction, but because of the job she had, she preferred I change the facial likeness. This is another one done for a Duotone experiment at the request of a friend who was wanting to develop a range of prints. - ATB - M
This is kind of different for me. Playing some new rendering techniques. Hope you dig. Modeled by Sabina--> http://www.facebook.com/album.php?profile=1&id=570938039#!/profile.php?id=100001089999064 She has some inspiring pics and loves being drawn.
I think it actually looks better small but view larger if you like.
I did this as a large pencil drawing, and then scanned it in parts, stitched and coloured it in Photoshop - these are the pencils - I have a friend who asked me to create a duotone version for a Giclee print. This is my first post, and I am very pleased to have found a place to share this work. Thanks Sam, and thanks Chris. - ATB - M