Wednesday, May 19, 2010

The Great Big Maybe


Anyway, this is for an event to be held every last Saturday of the month at Folklore Coffee and Company, a coffee shop and cafe in Elizabethtown, PA.

p.s.- Will some one please teach me how to use textures in photoshop? I will mail baked goods to your doorstep in exchange.

6 comments:

jen brown said...

Darcey! It may not be what you had in mind, but children and their parents will absolutely love this! And if I think of anyone with awesome Photoshop skillz, I'll refer them to you with the promise of baked goods!

Sam Bosma said...

I will help you. Send me an email with your texture questions! Sambosma@gmail.com

N. Krasner said...

Yo girl what you need to know about textures? (we got tutorials for you[torial] for [tuto]Real])

Kali Ciesemier said...

I will ALSO help you with textures, but Sam & Nate have beaten me to it I think. :) I also wanted to say that this one and all your recent pieces & sketches have been lovely, by the by.

Arthur said...

I think that it turned out just fine! Check with John Kemp for texture questions, now that he has "retired" from TSTC he has time on his hands. He and his sons would love to get baked goods in the mail.

Bob said...

nice composition and colors! it appears everyone has some great techniques about texture, but if you need anymore advice about it I know some tricks that you could use.

Anyways I do have a question about this piece, how come you made the pupils on the owl smaller on your final piece than your pencil sketch? I kinda dig the owl with the big eyes, but the one in the final sketch looks sorta scared of the fox.

Either way, the piece is wonderful in it's simplicity an' I admire that.