Ann Robertson – Artist and Illustrator

52Frames Edited by Someone Else Week 35

Sep 4, 2022 | 52Frames, Inspiration, landscape | 0 comments

 

This week 52Frames has asked for someone else to edit your work. I have been involved in this in two ways this week. One of my friends who contributes to 52Frames has asked me to edit her photo. I have had a lot of fun doing this and will put it up here midweek as I think she should post in first.

I have also done something to give to a different friend to edit. I was short of time this week for a drawing and so my editor suggested I use something I had already done. I was not overly keen, but in the end worked over a very mediocre watercolour that has been on my pile of things to try and improve. I used soft pastels, which I have not utilised so far, as my format is too small. However this watercolour was a larger size.

The original painting was done at Tatton Park on a watercolour course. The subject matter is not overly interesting, but I do prefer the overwork in Pastel. That in itself has been interesting.

Here is the image before handing over to edit

 

Tatton Park in watercolour and soft pastel

Tatton Park in watercolour and soft pastel

 

Below is the image after editing. I like the filter choice and think it has augmented the texture of the pastel. I also like the way the colours are really rich and bright.

 

Pastel drawing cropped and adjusted in photoshop

Pastel drawing cropped and adjusted in photoshop

 

 

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