I’v gotten way more into creating my own brushes in Photoshop, and using a mixture of textures with solid color and gradient shapes to cast your eyes on for days. I love impressionistic and surrealistic art because it tells a story that can go on and on. Each day you look at it you might see something new. Seeing it in print was truly brilliant, like light EMMAnating off the page
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This is one of the most fun pieces that I’v ever done, of my niece, Emma. I fell in love with all the vibrant colors to play with and layering two photographs of her that I got from her Facebook page. The original images are shown below.
If you like this, make sure you check out the rest of the digital art gallery.