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In & Out of Studio 3D
Sunday, 29 March 2015
Operation Write Home - sketch 194
Topic: Sketch Challenge

Stickers are a great way to fill the design elements of a sketch. Watch for one in OWH sketch 194:


This sketch had too many layers to suit me so I left off one in each area. This simplified the sketch but not to the point of boredom.

I started with the sticker which started out as a three level topiary. I 'pruned' it down to one level to suit the dimensions and mounted it on one layer. This was placed on purple mulberry paper and bordered with dark green.

The purple element on the left picks up color from the blooms in the bush and it is also bordered with dark green.

The loose stripe in the background has just enough purple to go with the other elements. It is bordered with the same dark green.

I used a purple fine line pen to doodle around the illustration panel and an alcohol marker to add a shadow under the pot.

Ddd

 


Posted by studio3d@ccgmail.net at 12:01 AM PDT

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