Tuesday, 16 December 2008

Eraser and pastel accident



















Its been a crazy last week and had my sons 30th birthday plus a charity run with santa and his sleigh. Today there were no demands on me and i was able to finish these two things i have been working on.
One is just a basic pastel scene of a walker on a beach
the other is a technique i found by playing with the eraser on my pencil while deciding what to do with the colourful pastel background i had made. I thought it would be fun to use the eraser on the pen as my drawing tool and this guy was created

Also for the digital challenge at artarazzi i made this one

14 comments:

Veronica said...

beautiful June - Love the colours

Love your pastels too

Hugs

Vron xx

Chris said...

Wow just love your digital art June it's fabulous and your pastel scenes are awesome too... you are very talented :D
hugs
Chris xx

Ozstuff said...

This is so beautiful. The colours and the rays of light are perfect. Fantastic take on the challenge.

Anesha said...

Two wonderful projects. I love the pastel one, such lovely colours. thank you for your lovely comment on my blog, really appreciate it.

MayJay said...

Clever use of your eraser on the pastels June.
Of course I don't mind re christmas cards. I have too much time on my hands, lol.
Wishing you and yours a wonderful Christmas. Love, Mayxx

Heather Robinson said...

You are so diversely talented. I'm particularly drawn to the walker on the beach piece. It has a lovely sense of serenity to it.

Dream With the Fishes said...

Happy 30th birthday to your son! Impressive work on that Artarazzi challenge! And that pastel with the erasor effect is gorgeous!

Helena said...

I love the pastel drawings. Ethereal, spooky, peaceful :)
Love your blog!

Taluula said...

This is sooo beautiful June. I love the pastels.

Dawn said...

Your pastel beach scene is gorgeous and you may just have invented a new technique with the second one June!!
Beautiful digital image -

torpenhow07 said...

June I love the pastel beach scene and the Indian done with an eraser is amazing. Your digital picture is fab too. You are so talented

indybev said...

I like the eraser work -- but the hands and children !! Exceptional!

Faye said...

Beautiful works.

Diane said...

I absolutely love the pastel work! Just beautiful!