Exploring distance with Inspire Pro. Mobile Illustration remains my favorite thing to do in my free time (which is rare). I love listening to Film Scores from various composers on Pandora while painting. I’m still experimenting with the Inspire toolset and getting used to what I can do with the program. I’ve made it a priority to list features and bugs I come up with to supply feedback for KiwiPixel (creators of Inspire Pro).
This journey is taking me on a path toward traditional illustration. Whatever that brings out in the future will be awesome. I think I may just dive into oils soon, if time permits. A painting class is definitely in my near future as well, because I know I need more attention with other professional artists. If anyone has any great Illustrators to follow, I would love your input and suggestions on who to “stalk”. Also, I would like to start researching traditional mediums again. Awhile back (like 9/10th grade) I was experimenting with my Dads oils in our basement. I remember how fun, yet difficult it was to create. It seems when young artists experiment with things like traditional mediums, they tend to start out with landscapes.
There is something about landscapes that provides a lot of expression and experimentation. Learning how natural light reacts to surfaces, and just the same, how surfaces in nature react to natural light. I think I will do some color studies of out door elements. Sometimes I wonder how certain colors would look in different lighting situations or times of day. What better way to learn, than to explore the world around me!
Thanks for staying connected, I hope to provide more mobile illustration experiments soon.