Saturday, February 16, 2008

Computer art

Many moons ago, when I first got a computer, I discovered the program that let me create "art." I was amazed that anyone could create anything more than stick figures, but I practiced and practiced, and one day I actually made something that did not look like my etch a sketch. Over the years, I would make a picture now and then. Usually when I was stuck on hold on the phone. The other night I got to doodling around again and came up with these two. As you look at these please remember that "art" is in the eye of the beholder and be kind.


I think this looks like you-know-who looking for you-know-what.


This cartoonish rendering was inspired by a great print I've recently seen of a view between skyscrapers. It's not even close, I'm justs saying it was inspired by...

I have really missed blogging this week, but the days have just flown by. One of the highlights was Valentine's Day tea with Katydiddy and my darling granddaughter. Our friend from Faerie*Dust*Dreams  joined us and I think a good time was had by all.

Tomorrow the fun continues. I am joining the super talented Katydiddy for An Artist's Journal class with Kelly Kilmer. I admire her work and absolutely love making journals. I am really looking forward to fun. I'll certainly be blogging away about this. Sweet dreams or Good Morning to all wherever you are.

6 comments:

Alison Gibbs said...

Sounds like the Lauras are going to have fun playing together.
Alison

Patience-please said...

I actually like the cityscape. I can't imagine drawing with the computer. I have a hard enough time simply fixing photos of dogs's eyes from green glowing monsters to soft, brown eyes.

enjoy your fun days-
Patience

reinaswan said...

I love your eve drawing, the grass is very colorful. You are a very talented artist.

Tara said...

Love your computer drawings...and I know this is not easy to do (well, at least for me!).

katydiddy said...

Nice! I sure had fun yesterday at the class! I'll be blogging about it too.

Kelly Kilmer said...

Hi Laura,

It was great having you and your daughters in class yesterday-fun group!! Love the drawings-very cool!!
Hope to see you all again soon! In the meantime, have fun in your journal!