Sunday, October 26, 2008

October VSD


 Well, of course the first thing I should have stated is this is  Prismacolor Pencils only!  Nothing else.   Thank you for reminding me  Regina.   I drew it on heavy paper 70lb Utrecht.   
I think that electronic colors tend to be brighter on monitors.  Especially, when using pure color. 
Hi! Well, I am hoping the fourth attempt at download, is the One.
I think I have reported everything to Blogger in past week. 
This was an exciting piece.  I I loved photographing this piece. 
I love doing the VSD- Virtual Sketch Date.   This photo was kindly donated by Belinda Lindhardt.    I am going to photograph again.  It is views as if it is on pink paper.  I assure you 
it is on white paper.   At least it did upload.  My link did not work for Belinda, I am sorry.
Will work on this some more.
All this new elements on Blogger and something is not correct.
I hope you all like my take on the photograph.  I can only say that I am anxious and giddy for November.    
Sherrie Roberts  


16 comments:

Christie said...

Fresh and original - i've seen lots of perfect pears derived from this photo and enjoyed them very much, too -- but yours is exciting!

bluelilac said...

I really like your creative interpretation of the pears.
I love the colours!

blue

Margaret Ann said...

Vibrant and vivacious is what it is! Nice joyful interpretation!

Regina Calton Burchett said...

Very original and colorful presentation on the pears - is this marker?

Jeanette said...

Oooh neat...what a great interpretation of the pears. THe colour intensity and illustrational look is wonderful.

Stacy said...

Such a unique interpretation! I like all the different shapes and the way you used curvy lines for the foreground and straight ones for the background.

Quilt Knit said...

I hope I am getting everyone's comments. Blogger said there were five and only four published. I just published two more. For Regina calton burchett, This is all Primacolor Pencil. I think digital has a tendency to enhance colors do to the electronic delivery of color.

EWian said...

Grate pears! lovely curves.

EWian

Ann said...

Wonderful! This is great as a colored pencil piece but would be fun as a large painting too!

Paulette said...

This is wonderful and fun!
Well done!

kay susan said...

Wow! you really did have fun with this. Love the bright colours and the way you interpreted the background.

Quilt Knit said...

Thank-you everyone for your lovely comments. Yes, I had a lot of fun. I just wanted those pears to be Jazzy. I miss picking and canning. There is the store.

All the pears I have seen by all of you are just beautiful. Really, love them all.

Sherrie Roberts

Valerie Jones said...

This is lovely! I like the vibrance of the colors and the way you did the pears!

Jan Pope said...

I love the whimisical nature of your interpretation. Hooray for colored pencils - one of my favorite mediums. This is a happy piece.

BMoon said...

love your expressive interpretation of the pears.....it's time again (i think today) for the nov posting. gotta go check...

kimprint said...

So nice to read this is all done in coloured pencil... I would never have guessed!