I was watching another tutorial video by James Julier on sea sunsets . I was inspired to make my own, based on an old photo — I can’t place exactly where the original was, but it was a rocky beach, somewhere on the west coast near Santa Cruz. The project post gives more info and intermediate steps.
I watched and followed part of a tutorial on YouTube, from James Julier, on painting a digital landscape of trees with mountains in background. I departed from the tutorial partway through, but still a good time.
I took some photos of some pretty flowers near my PT facility. Turns out they were Stella D’oro blossoms. I did this all day yesterday, I really like how it turned out. The blog entry for this is https://tamouse.notion.site/Stella-D-oro-9a9c0e47b361484a90949bb40a5cc7d3 .
This was something I did a couple years ago. One of my early explorations of digital art, this felt like using markers rather than watercolour painting, which is fine. Find the project blog entry at https://tamouse.notion.site/Rainy-SF-Street-abedb69e655b48cbb239f18226350959 .
Following some advice, I’ve embarked on a study of lighthouses, because I love them so much as visual objects in interesting settings.
Please see my notion project page for more information on this study.
This was a fun project to do over the past couple of weeks.
The project journal post can be found at https://www.notion.so/tamouse/Foggy-Farm-Greets-Blackbird-2d90e1248aa948a2afad0dca23332533
Follow along on the working page at https://www.notion.so/tamouse/Apostle-Islands-Lighthouse-758eb3afaf264485b3e3188ffef095cf
Using a photo from a friend’s trip to Hawaii as the source, follow along with the work in progress on https://www.notion.so/tamouse/Sunset-at-Princeville-HI-4a681f1606b740a683ede8a658a2c0e3 .
This week, March 24, 2021, we started a new project in class. The source photo is from our teacher’s own collection, taken on a beach around Manitowoc of Lake Michigan.
Follow along at the entry at https://www.notion.so/tamouse/Manitowoc-Beach-in-June-34dc565aab2d4bac83e76e1ee2d1f14b.