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Tuesday, March 5, 2019

Wednesday, February 13, 2019

HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY


HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY!


Created in Procreate digital program by Margo Schwirian 


Friday, January 4, 2019

TOO MUCH FUN WITH MY ART?


Is there such a thing as having too much fun with my art?


Digital Painting with Procreate


Thursday, January 3, 2019

SOME OF JANUARY’S PROJECTS


As you can probably tell, I got a little irritated over the fact that I couldn’t just go into a digital program and quickly whip up a New Year’s greeting for everyone at the last minute. So, I decided that I would have to try to remedy that. I also had a small project that I wanted to work on. Someone’s anniversary was coming up. As you can see below, I have just been playing with the digital program - Procreate. Have to say, I really like it.





Monday, December 31, 2018

HAPPY NEW YEAR 2019!


HAPPY NEW YEAR 2019!

I lost my favorite digital app when my old tablet died. I am trying to learn Procreate, but in the meantime had to throw together a quick digital drawing in the 3D program. I didn’t bother to sign this - don’t think it will be a museum piece!

At any rate, Happy New Year to everyone!



Friday, August 10, 2018

Landscapes

New Samples and Landscapes


I decided to drop in on a Golden Acrylic demo that was being done here locally. I didn’t know if it would be pretty much the same as the one I had seen before or not, but repetition is not always a bad thing, and I love color. One thing you can definitely achieve with acrylics is lots of fun color. They gave us some samples for dropping by, and I decided to experiment with them.

First, I tried an ocean scene from photos I had taken when in the San Diego area. I used watercolor paper, Golden Polymer (medium gloss) Golden fluid acrylics, F&W acrylic inks, a very small amount of Liquitex (soft body), a very small amount of Liquitex string gel, and some Golden Soft Gel Gloss.



Next, I decided to simply build a scene using pretty much the same above mentioned supplies along with some Japanese paper. I placed this on a small canvas board (8” x 8”).