Friday, March 16, 2012

paintpartyfriday!

Digital
Next step is to print out this image on canvas and then begin remark with paints and oil pastels. I use photoshop to do my underpainting!

Picture of crabapplehttp://paintpartyfriday.blogspot.com/2012/03/paint-party-friday-week-1-year-2-check.html

16 comments:

Netty said...

Look forward to seeing the end result Peggy as am loving this fab background. Happy PPF and enjoy the weekend, Annette x

Jill said...

It is very pretty. Have you done this before - photoshopping the underpainting? It's a great idea... Happy PPF!

faye said...

What a neat idea to use photoshop for the background of your painting, Peggy! Can't wait to see what materializes.

Lynn said...

What a fun process! Can't wait to see it with paint added. Your banner is a hoot!!! HPPF

Helen Campbell said...

Oh wonderful! I've never played with photoshopping the underpainting. I can't wait to see how you develope this. Happy PPF!

Lea said...

Peggy this is really beautiful! What a fun process this must be to do... oh so many incredible art materials... if only I could clone myself! Thank you!

Hybrid J said...

Such a clever way to work on the underpainting. Love to see the finished artwork.

Anne said...

Really beautiful, looking forward seeing the finished piece! <3

Jenn said...

Beautiful!!! I'm intrigued by your process and would love to see how you transfer to canvas and take it from there!!!

EVA said...

Sounds like a fascinating technique. Looks beautiful so far!

Tricia said...

Beautiful - I love crab apple blossoms.

Catherine... said...

Beautiful... :)

Nordljus said...

What a clever idea. The crab apple blossoms look so pretty!

Alicia C said...

boy oh boydo I know about underpaintings :D cant wait tosee result!

Jen @Sadie Inspired said...

What an interesting process. I am looking forward to seeing the end result. :) Happy painting!!

Christine said...

interesting process and beautiful spring blossoms!