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Face It

With a tad bit of pulling and stretching and one easy "dark foil" filter you get a totally different look than the original and the straight colour version.
Face It V3

The original drawing is pen and black ink on basic sketch paper then digitally enhanced. The same pencil on canvas filter used to enhance the drawing was also used to create the border and frame. A touch of gold is added to the first frame layer. The border is solid black with pencil on canvas texture.

Face It (in black and white)
This detailed view shows a painting with weathered edges against black matting. detail 1

detailed view 2 shows a chaotic crown above the figures head
detail 2

and detail three shows the puddle she stands in as well as a closer view of the border.
detail 3

Face It in colour doesn't have the same feel as the black and white but I still like it.

Framed Prints, Mounted, Laminated and cards on Redbubble

Title: Face It
Art by: F. Magdalene
Pen and Ink as well as the digital versions were created November 5th, 2007

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Published on Categories Art, ART GALLERY, Digital Art, PTSD, Self Portrait

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