There’s something about black and white images that makes them powerful, interesting and almost more expressive than color photos. One might have assumed, back when color photos were first developed, that black and white images would slowly turn into a relic from a time when imaging technology was in its infancy. After all, color brings a whole new dimension to photography.However, as the years went by, black and white photography didn’t disappear. Instead, these monochrome images have... continue reading
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Hi all,Few months ago I bought an Intuos 4 M tablet. But as I haven't have much leisure time (everyday work + need to make jpg's from RAW's which queue was very, very long), it sat all the time in a drawer. Last week I finally decided to take it out thinking, if I already bought it, then I must use it too. So, I connected the device, took the pen, watching out of window and thinking "Now what?" First I took a photo I captured in the summer, a closeup of a grasshopper. To get a feeling of a pen,... continue reading
For me, people are really hard to draw. I'm no professional artist, just a mere amateur. Drawing people is a great challenge for me. I often fail, seldom succeed in it. I usually notice myself trying to avoid people in new picture's composition. Possibility of failure frightens me off.And now here comes time I'll have to face the problem... I'm on the way to publish my book, the Omnis Trilogy. Having ho money to pay the professional artist I must draw all three covers myself. I managed to avoid... continue reading
Inspired by the Mildegard's blog post "Pictures that do sell and do not" concerning hand drawn illustrations, I've uploaded several mines, mostly kid's pictures.Mildegard has made the good analysis of what types of hand drawn illustrations are sold better, but I'm still interested- does anyone else have a similar experience? What hand drawn illustrations are sold better from your point of view? Thanks a lot in advance! continue reading
Someone said that pencil in artwork is the same as piano in music. It's a base for everything. And for unknown reason I like it best of all. So as the black&white pictures and retro photos. When the only color is gray, nothing pushes your imagination, and you have more freedom imaging any color you like.Most of my handdrawn pictures were made with pencil only. They're black and white, but it doesn't mean that I don't like color.When I want to add some color to the picture, I prefer to use computer... continue reading
Waited 2 whole weeks to get these images approved .. and here goes the 2008 Beijing Olympic Game. Love the energy and the heat in the game and hence created these drawings.. but i think they came a bit late...One World, One Dream continue reading
I can not believe i have uploaded 100 artworks now.. from the very first excitment of seeing they are useful to other people till now. I think i am encouraged by how the DT is working and other users..I remember spending weeks and weeks for all these little drawing. Initially, just want to catch some thing to remember. and then lateron turned into a habbit.. :D Now only hoping other people might find them useful some where.Cheers and take it easy.Calvin continue reading
I find myself drawn to old buildings, and especially to the doors of those buildings!! Now not just any old doors now, but doors of churches and castles. I'm not too sure why, but i like them??What do you find yourself drawn to photograph?? continue reading
I really doesn't know how is your story about drawing and illustration...mine is here..I've began to paint when was child, at the age of 6 I decided to become a famous artist!;)So...the life decide by itself and I'm still an newbie, but I use to draw by hand and with some raster software..and thanks to dreamstime I've thought to try a vector (O_O) soft..I've used the open source Inkscape and I've found it very good..easy,friendly..so hope to improve also on this.. continue reading
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