wow...amazing job! As they appeared on the screen, I thought it was a photo. What did you use to color them in?
Thanks Lesley-This is a combination of marker (chartpak AD) and colored pencil. I'm a little disappointed with how the colored pencil scanned...but I'll chalk that up to a learning experience.
Who'd have thought colored pencil doesn't scan in well?Hope you get over your case of the Mondays soon!
How do you manage to be so prolific at the same time as doing such a great job? - every one's a winner!
great job with the values suzanne. i think the colored pencil adds great texture!
I do, almost every mondays! Don't worry about the shoes, these are great, i felt like i want a pair for me too :-)
What a cool site (and talent!!!) you have!Thanks for a fun perspective!
how do you do that? I just cannot work out how you have coloured thse. markers? photoshop? it could even be colour pencil from the close up. really no idea.great. of course. i wonder how many pairs of shoes you, me and france have drawn between us?!
I thought they were a photo when your blog first loaded on my screen. Pretty cool!
Hahaha! About the leopard print: just tried to draw it today (on someone's shirt) but it didn't work too well. Love the shoes. Delightfully wonky here.
Beautifully executed, I love these!
I appreciate this post..I'm a middle school art teacher and I'm having my students draw shoes or clothing. I'm showing this example to them,(as a good example) and a comforting one, as they are having shoe problems too :)-Delana AndersonMannford Middle School
I notice you have a new signature [SBC]
Comfy shoes...my type of shoe. Love your drawing and the colou..rich and velvety.ronell
Yes! I hate it when that happens---so I was glad to see your shoes and humor to cheer me up!
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