Experimenting with palettes
Here are a few sketches, using different palettes
A garnet-inspired palette for a portrait of a dog is somewhat counter-intuitive, but I believe it worked out with this piece, "Portrat of Babka." As always, drawn freehand on my iPad Pro, using the Sketch Club app.
I experimented with the garnet palette in this portrait of my husband, watching TV. This sketch from life. Drawn freehand on my iPad Pro using the Sketch Club app.
And, again from life, here a palette of mostly blues. Drawn freehand on my iPad Pro, using the Sketch Club app.
Here, a palette of mostly browns. Again from life. Drawn freehand on my iPad Pro.
Limited palette can bring a sense of unity to a piece, and is a nice challenge for the artist as well.
3/2/2019 01:41:26 pm
Sketch Club app has been very useful for our artists for they can create a virtual painting on their gadgets. Ideally, you must do it on your iPad Pro because it is less hassle and can give you an exceptional result, bit you can actually use any gadget that you have! By the way, these paintings that you created are all great, and I am so happy that you have masted the art of sketching on your iPad. You also know how to play with your colors already, so I am happy to see all these improvements!
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