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Monday Morning Art: Alien Sky Doodle

Today’s Monday Morning Art, like last week’s, is a digital painting based on yet another sketch from a couple of weeks ago when I took the sketchbook to Taylor Books. This one is of an aircraft flying over an alien landscape.  An unusually large percentage of the sketches in my sketchbooks are of aircraft flying over alien landscapes.  This one was colored in the computer, then run through some filters to get the “Pop Art”/comic book look.

Technical issues will keep this one from going up in the Monday Morning Art Store until Tuesday, but you can still click on the image to see a larger version. On the other side of the “Read More” link, you can see the original sketch and the color version, pre-filtering.

Here’s the original sketch.

Here it is with color added.

Here’s a rejected, “oil paint” version.

1 Comment

  1. Elvis Capone

    When I examine your work, I see traces of the penuracity of Roy Lichtenstein, the kenuocitnous of Mel Ramos, the repressed power bottom-ness of Norman Rockwell. You are a post-post modern synthesist of visual styles, and as such you deserve Koo Dose.

    Koo Dose, Carl, Koo Dose!

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