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Updated on: January  3, 2011.

Rock Art sketches, album created on January  3, 2011

The original pastel sketches that form the basis for my digital prints in the Inspired by Rock Art gallery

Inspired by Rock Art, album created on January  3, 2011

A set of digital prints inspired by the abstract geometric shapes and patterns that typify the rock art of Northern England and Scotland. Most of these incorporate scans of pastel sketches using motifs from these rock carvings. Some of them are to be reworked again using a combination of media including silk screen and collagraph.

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I realised I hadn't been here for 9 months - longer in terms of blogging, so I have posted a batch of new images, all based on the Rock Art found in Northumberland. The gallery 'Rock Art Sketches' shows the original pastel sketches, while the gallery 'Inspired by Rock Art' shows the digital prints made from those sketches. The digital prints will soon be reworked further into a set of 'handpulled prints' incorporating silk screen, collagraph and other print forms. I'm considering selling the…

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Thank you Sako.

Dankon Sako.
12 years ago.
has replied to brendadada
I simply used the tool in PS Elements - nothing fancy. I found it best to emphasise the blockiness - a la Hockney - rather than pretend it was one picture.
13 years ago.
Looking good in here, Ian.

It's raining bigtime again ooop north so we have yet another interesting day on tinternet. I like your composites, must do some more, my skills aren't good enough to show stuff yet, but hope eternal. :)
13 years ago.

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