Drawn with the mouse inside of The Scribbler computer program from ZeFrank.com.http://www.zefrank.com/scribbler/scribblertoo/Folding CardPostcardMatted PrintLaminated PrintMounted PrintCanvas PrintFramned PrintPoster
female head doodle the scribbler zefrank
Thanks Albert; comment much appreciated! ;-)
Wow! You drew this with a mouse?? What can you do with a tablet? Amazing work.
You are a wonderful line artist yourself; because I went and seen your work; and, frankly, was even tempted to go fav. them ALL! Of course, I have to resist this tendency; far better to just save ‘one’; and, then, if I wish to go back and see them ALL…I can just click on the ‘one’ to get back there. Astonishing drawings/paintings of single/and, also, group studies. ALL totally brilliant! ;-)
I love line art; Picasso is my fav.; but, so is Matisse; and, there are countless others…Ingres, Delacroix, -etc.
Excellent Paul! I tried using Scribbler and it didn’t work for me. Seeing really nice stuff from Redbubblers with this tool.
I discovered online programs at ZeFrank.com absolute ages ago; meaning, years and years back; so, this is not the first time that I went and played with The Scribbler/I used to play with it for whole hours/days long until whenever I got bored; then, of course, it was time to move on. There is also at ZeFrank.com the 5 sec doodle/LOL.
This brand ‘new’ version of The Scribbler is called, ‘Scribbler Too’; but, the original one I can recall was a lot less capable; this one you can control it more; that is, if you even bother to go take the time and effort to learn how to control it?! For me, it’s just fun learning to work with the brand ‘new’ interface.
As to this actual work itself; at first, I liked it as it was ‘novel’; but, then, I find the more and more I look at any work I create; the more and more faults I seem to be able to discover there; then, eventually, I can no longer even look at it; instead, I have to force myself to!
Re: Re: Art is never about perfection. I have come to realize that one of the nicest things about art are the unplanned imperfections. They add character. I find things in my paintings I wish I had done differently all the time, but it’s important to leave it and move on. It’s like an entry in a diary. So I would keep these, they are the best Scribbler works I’ve seen because they look more like art and less like an adventure with the graphics tablet. Take care. :)
Thanks enormously for both your understanding and appreciation! ;-)
GORGEOUS WORK !
Thanks! At least, I went and tried playing around with using The Scribbler…lol ;-)
i like this one. i dont understand, the technique of the “scribbler”, but it is easy to tell you have talent, cheers
Thanks! Unfortunately, my talent is small…but, still growing… ;-)
Stunning and dramatic work!
Thanks very much for your wonderful comment! ;-)
Thanks! Been a long time since I ever played at drawing using The Scribbler, anymore; I really must try doing that again, some time. Loads of FUN, I recall. ;-)
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