Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Photoshop, Shorpy, and Bunny Roosevelt

For those of you who are unfamiliar with Shorpy.com, I encourage you to take a peek --great daily postings of old photos. Sure, it's nothing you can't get directly from the Library of Congress photo archives, but who wants to slog through all that? I save anything that floats my boat as a reference image.

Today, I used a picture of Bunny Roosevelt from 1920 to draw a picture of a 1920s woman. I drew directly in photoshop, colored, then played with settings. I've been experimenting a lot lately in Photoshop and Illustrator, trying to find a style that I like and is time-efficient, in anticipation ofthe comic book I will one day make.


2 comments:

eslubin said...

I like your drawing

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