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ge of Kings and it is like an encyclopedia with lovely old paper – not the shiny stuff of today.

Here are some images that I am interested in working with – so I am now armed with a good selection to attempt my hybrid totem person.  The Indian toy will also feature in the image.  I have started with photographs, I will now attempt to merge some digitally just to see if anything ‘sings’ and then I will start drawing.  I went to the art supply shop and bought some Arches 300gsm smooth paper (my preferred surface) in a size A3.  I have an easle but not a drawing board so not sure what I will do.

A cutout digital from my Smith Street series.

A cutout digital from my Smith Street series.

historic illustrations of kings

historic illustrations of kings


the kings 1

Categories: Art - Visual
Posted by Anne Warren Art on November 30, 2012

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