In a creative process anything can be used. Old plastic cards are very useful. I use them when I paint; they make great structures on the canvas and you can make some great lines by using the cards. Along the way the cards gets full of old paint, and they turn out to be small artworks. By scanning them I can use them as backgrounds for my digital art.
The four works below, are all made by using scanned plastic cards with old paint on.
As I am waiting for my newest fabric, for making more cushions, I am working with the possibilities of Photoshop and the new brushes I have found.
I have worked with Photoshop for many years, But I am still discovering new ways. For instance how you can change the presets of your brushes, and thereby get even more possibilities.
I need a name for this artwork. I made it by using new photoshop brushes and a stencil made out of a photo from Berlin. Normaly when I work with my pictures the title will appear during the process. But this time I was left with a finished work but no title.
I would really like you to help me find a title for this work. It can be a danish title, or an english title or maybe even a german title.
Earlier on this blog I have written about Saatchi Online and their “Showdowns”. At the moment there is submission for the next showdown. The theme for this showdown is abstract.
Showdowns are excellent opportunities to see lots of great art from all over the world. I really enjoy being a member of Saatchi Online, as it gives me the possibility of networking with artists from all over the world, and it is a great source of inspiration. And what more is it gives you a showcase.
Do you know that you can make iPhone cases with your own design, very easily?
If you sign in at redbubble.com it is possible to create your own cases.
All you have to do is to download a template and fit your own artworks into it and then upload it to redbubble.com
And you can even sell them from your account at Redbubble.com
Here is some of the cases I have made. You will find more of my cases here