Paris Girl

Paris Girl –  I drew the girl in the picture using colored pencils but she seemed a bit lonely on the page.  I pulled a royalty-free image of Paris and dropped it in the background and placed a graphic of an airplane in the picture from Photoshop and Voila’ Paris Girl!

 

Keep drawing!

K Lentz

Sponge Bob

2019 Drawing Challenge – draw something every day…

Okay.  Let me first begin by saying drawing something everyday is much more difficult than I had anticipated.  Maybe some of you saw this coming…but this does not mean that I am not going to continue with my challenge it simply means I will need to adjust the scope of my frequency of drawing.  Also I do not want to become that annoying blogger person that sacrifices quality for quantity.

My 2019 drawing challenge – draw something everyday is going to become draw something everyday but complete the drawing weekly instead of daily.  🙂

As Sponge Bob would say

“We don’t need television not as long as we have our imagination”.

Keep drawing!

K Lentz

Joker

2019 drawing challenge to draw something everyday – here is my Joker.

I was following along with Jim Lee and if you have ever watched him he draws very fast.  My goal is to become a better artist by seeing the way the very skilled artist sees when drawing.

Clearly, there are some mistakes but drawing loose and quickly you have very little time to over-correct, which I think is very useful for learning the skill.

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Thanks.

K Lentz

Flag Art

 

I’ve been working on these flag and military paintings for an upcoming art show that I’ll be participating in and have completed one of each:  Thin Red Line, Thin Blue Line, U.S. flag and the Band of Brothers, Afghanistan.  I created each painting using spray paint, plastic bags and a stencil on canvas panels.

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Enjoy!

Thin Blue and Red line

The Thin Blue and Thin Red line are each tribute paintings for both our fire fighters and police officers.  Each painting is on a 16×20 canvas panel and is created by using spray paint, acrylic paint and plastic bags.

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Enjoy!

Kim