White-on-Black Paintings

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I’ve been experimenting with a new style of digital painting and I’m quite taken by it. It started off as a means by which I could practice my shading, and I thought by playing with light instead of shade, the whole concept would make more sense to me. Which it did. White-on-black is hard but once you wrap your head around it it’s there for good.

Don’t forget I accept commissions – why not give a personalized digital painting as a Christmas present this year?

Here are some of my latest projects. All of these were done in Photoshop CS6 using the Wacom Bamboo tablet and took an average of 4/5 hours each.

2 Comments
  • Sarah
    November 17, 2012

    These are lovely Davinia. Can I ask how a digital painting is presented?

  • admin
    November 17, 2012

    Thanks Sarah. You’d get a large, high resolution jpg of the painting (usually A4, 300dpi, but I can work with A3 if you prefer) – meaning you can go ahead and print it without it losing any quality.

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