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For Illustration fridays them 'play'. I think I'll work on this more later. I'm really hooked on using the wacom tablets at school to do the colouring (I did this at home) I can add the basic colours at home but I can really get stuck into adding textures with the wacom.


  1. I think it looks fine the way the colours are atm, nice and simple. looks awsome

  2. Yeah sometimes it's good to hold yourself back a little. I will add some textures and then compare them later

  3. Simple and cool. What could be better than that?

  4. Had a lot of catching up to do on your blog! Could see the initial concept of your Art Major with bottles develop to this above! Keep going!

  5. Simple and cool… I like that description ;)

    Glad you were able to drop in Frank. These drawings started as conceptual drawing for future installations but they have seemed to take on a life of their own. I am currently trying to figure out my preferred method for printing them out. I have tried lazertran as I said, which I'm happy with but I'm not sure if I've found the right combo or surface and varnish just yet. I'd also like to come up with some sort of printmaking technique for a lot of my coloured digital work, I'm thinking maybe a combo of inkjet and laser?

  6. yeah Wacoms rock!!....but I don't have one...:S

  7. Hi Anthony!

    Very cool drawings, congratulations!

    See you, best regards

  8. Nice fun piece of work, Mr. Woodward. I know what you mean about the tablet.


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