So this is a 2020 digital edit (using GIMP software) of my original “Beholding Girl” hand illustrated ACEO card drawn in 2012.
I wanted to keep the original unskilled marker pen scribbles but… kind of apply a painterly (is that a word?) smudge-n-shade to everything as well as try to make the foreground, middle ground and background separate out from each other some… and maybe pop a little bit.
I also took the previously light aqua-ish blue sky and put a sunset-ish color to it instead using a gradient underneath a translucentified (that’s a word I made up just now) edit of the original sky… so like it looks kinda’ natural-ish and not just a quick and lazy filter.
So yeah, with my re-do’s on my originals, I am not going for lazy filter, these are really brand new pieces in their own right (at least I think so).
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