Ship in a stormy sea
Rich Green last edited by
I really love how this piece turned out @sarah-luann! The moody blue really catches my eye. And all of the detailed line work in the waves is stunning. I think your process is really working for you so keep up the great work!
Thrace last edited by
This piece is just beautiful, great job!
Sarah LuAnn last edited by
Thanks! I wasn't entirely satisfied with the clouds in that last version, so I made a few little changes and called it done. This is the final version:
Maile McCarthy last edited by
@Sarah-LuAnn I love how this turned out! I think it was worth all that trial and error with the clouds: not too busy, not too flat. It's amazing that you can create a sense of clouds receding into the background with just line.
Steve Young last edited by
Well done, pat on the back!
Naroth Kean last edited by
very nicely executed!
Fabienne last edited by
@Sarah-LuAnn Just have to say: Excellent! I love the the impression from linocut prints.
johntatulliart last edited by
@Sarah-LuAnn I love this all the way through the process. Only thing i wish is that the man tied to the mast was bigger so they could become a bigger part of the "stormy" emotion I am feeling. Love it.
Jonathon B last edited by
Somehow I missed this entire thread, which is a bummer cause these are DOPE! Nice job. I love your woodcut look. The only thought I have (and this may totally be unecessarily picky) is I kind of want to see the back of the boat go completely off the page. That little shape between the wave and the boat is drawing my attention for some reason. Anyway it's a killa illu-stration.