Sketch Distortions

Quick sketches with a twist of Photoshop distortion to push them just a little further.

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Published by elenacaravela

My world is a wonder of visual candy and foreboding shadow shapes vying every waking moment for my full attention.

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  1. opps! I double liked you, but I do double like you! These are wonderful, you have such wonderful drawing skills, the basis for great art always, very nice!

  2. Goodness me, you are talented! Love the flow and candid nature of these sketches and your use of colour to express but not overpower … nice!

  3. I love these sketches. I particularly like the first one….It is my favourite. It reminds of Alice in Alice and wonderland.

  4. I love the 1st girl! Reminds me when we had to sketch in one of my art classes and by the way you sketched the teacher would tell you what type of artist you lean more towards, of course being in fashion my sketches were very elongated figures and she said you love fashion don’t you! I said yeah. Then she said that the way I sketched I was good for fashion illustration. That is why I love that 1st one so much!! Keep at it, these can be another side of you!!! Just beautiful!!!

  5. Oh I just love these, do explore this one Elena…I love the lassie at the beginning looking so pensive,especially her feet xx

  6. Wow, these are so great! And all so different. I imagine the first girl is twirling and also deep in thought. I really love the expression you got with your quick sketch lines in the second one, and the third one is practically a whole novella captured in one sad and lonely face with her scarf and elaborate dress – and perhaps opera glasses rather than binoculars.

    1. Much appreciated Cindy. Watercolor is a thorn in my side-I love how other people work with it, yourself included, but I struggle with it. PS to the rescue!

      1. Oh my gosh I’m sure it would be a thorn in my side, too. I have been sticking to Copic markers! (But considering watercolor or more likely, acrylics. One of these days!)

  7. I like the vitality of the drawing, the choice of palette – and envy your use of Photoshop! (Hope this arrives!!)

    1. Thanks Louis! Clearly, I’ve received this comment, but curiously, your last comment about this weird disconnect, was whited-out. Hope that’s the end the glitch.

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