Friday, May 29, 2009

From B&W to Color


Here is my entry for week 35-36 on DSFDF!
Karin posted a beautiful Pennsylvania landscape in B&W. Challenge was to break away from the conventional and as Karin said "invent the colors based on what information you have."

This is a crayon sketch using Caran d'Arch Neocolor I wax-oil crayons
Black photo stock paper A4 [11.75"x8.25"]

6 comments:

Kathleen said...

Love this piece I'm working on scribbly lines I need to loosen up your - lines are lovely !

Kathleen Harrington Paints said...

Nice! How big is this piece?

Victoria on Okinawa said...

Interesting interpretation of the subject. Lots of energy and I esp love the color energy.

Norma Vaughn said...

Carol I love this. Great job on the interperation of the scene. Very interesting on everyones view of it. You would never know that everyone painted from the same picture. Keep up the good work.

dominique eichi said...

love your colors and feel for this weeks interpretations

Caroled said...

Thanks all for your comments! Much appreciated!!!