Redbubble posters are a lot like space travel.
In that they're completely brilliant, however unlike space travel they're quite sensibly priced.
They are a handy way to make very dull walls, ceilings and spaceships look infinitely better.
Tack them to your bedroom door, or frame one above the mantlepiece.
They're adaptable, efficient and bold and really it's amazing you've managed to go so long without picking one up.
They are printed on 185gsm semi gloss poster paper and custom cut to three
maximum sizes – A2, A1 & A0. This includes a 5mm white border
to assist in framing.
A4 drawing, done with coloured pencils and pan pastels on Matte board.
artist, coloured pencil, hands, karen hull, photorealism, realistic
Full time artist and illustrator, specialising in realistic images in a range of mediums, but particularly favouring coloured pencils.
wowww Karen! this is INCREDIBLE! gosh…. you are excellent!
Aren’t you lovely Jo-anne – thank you!!! I am thinking of doing some pieces featuring an artist’s hands drawing pieces that challenge the viewer’s perception, and this was just a trial work.
– Karen Hull
a trial work! you’re kidding me Karen lol! a trial turned perfection! I am super impressed of your skills my friend :):):)
Thank you Jo-anne – you’re a darling!!! :))
Oh you are so clever Karen! I agree with Jo-anne totally. This is so beautifully painted. Those pan pastels really work for you. The light and shade is incredible. Most impressive work and very gasp-worthy!!!
Lynda – you always write the loveliest things!!! Do you use the Pan Pastels much? Also, I picked up some of the the new Colourfix suede last week – have you tried it? It’s not as abrasive as the original paper, but has a funny bubble texture to the surface – I actually think it is better suited to colour pencils than pastels.
Brilliant work of art Karen!! It’s so beautiful and rich in detail and colour…….stunning job!!Also a very nice variation of my fellow country man M.C. Escher’s work http://www.linesandcolors.com/images/2008-06/es..., did you use it as an inspiration?Super piece!!
Thank you Arie – you are so generous!!! Someone else mentioned M C Escher’s work so I’m going to check it out today – I have heard of him but am not familiar with his works – hopefully I can gain some inspiration from him!!!
Hands are simply wonderous tools,mair precious than the maist expensive jewels.Noo connect a genius clear minds een,beautiful Art creatid’;..like yiv iver seen.
That’s ma perception Lass,art creatid’ fur luv;.. Furst an’ last.Aye fur me thats’ aw a kin say,fur luv o’ art yea hiv shown taday.
The Auld Yin.
Your poems are absolute treasures Auld Yin – thank you!!!
I have always loved depicting hands. Yours are absolutely fabulous!!
Thank you so much Deb – it would have been much easier to draw my own hands a few years ago, when there weren’t quite so many lines to draw in LOL!!!
Wow! Looks so real!!! Amazing work!!
Thank you so much Valentina – I always appreciate your comments!!! :)
Fantastic Karen! I find hands very hard to do but this is amazing! Well done.
I’m with you Jo – I usually avoid hands, but because of a few ideas I have that I would like to try, I thought I’d better practise!!! Thank you for your kind comments!!! :)
Really well done!
Thank you heaps Cindy – I appreciate that very much!!! :)
Amazing work Karen.
Thank you so much Joycee!!! :)