@Braden-Hallett ...or her,! Lol
Apparently it's name is mönch, lol.
@burvantill me too. I'll do some research this week.
Until then, I watched a Marco Bucci youtube tutorial which was awesome for understanding bounce light.
and I hear blender is super easy to use.
@xin-li Looking at the rest of your replies it looks like you've got your eye on a good printer. If you want those archival inks and wide format your hands are tied.
I wanted to suggest mine, the artisan 1430, but it's discontinued, lol.
As for print heads clogging it's a rare occurrence. It does happen if you leave the printer sit on your desk for a long time, but for the most part it shouldn't. I'm pretty sure most printers go through a little cleaning cycle or somesuch on a regular basis and there's a print head cleaning program you can run. My wide format printer was in storage for 6 months until recently and it printed fine. No problems.
It's a good thing to worry about, but don't worry about it
Here's week 7! I'm not sure about the rest of you, but I'm learning a lot (if only because I'm being forced to slow down and use reference!)
This week is reflected coloured light and dappled light. Gettin' into some subtle stuff!
Reminder: Everyone's welcome to participate, but in order to have access to the classes and homework you need an SVS subscription. It's worth it.
Feel free to do digital or traditional. It's all good.
7 - reflected coloured light
C - Demo dappled
Continue exercise 9 in the workbook!
Using either the lizard (such a fancy helmet) in the workbook or your own drawing (a sphere or object would be fine) AND REFERENCE (this is more for me than anything else because I'm still resisting using it!!!) paint a reflected coloured light and dappled light scenario.
Feel free to post your work for feedback and support here!
I remixed my palette, so the orange, though less saturated, is a bit further away from my red now
Thanks everyone for the input! The poll showed overwhelmingly #3 though I kept a spot of the blue.
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No 3 goes most with rebellious. You could moderate the saturation of it depending on how rebellious she is at different moments of the story.
Very true! glaring searing orange for full tilt?
@Braden-Hallett for frantic and rebellious I would go with either 3 or 6. The more saturated colors provide much more energy!