Here's a little tip I stumbled on accidentally thanks to my friend Karen. I made these photos of our glads and e-mailed them. She commented how nice it was to see the close-up as it showed the shadow detail for coloring stamped flowers.
What a great idea to put into practice this summer. If you have some flowers blooming in your yard or at a park near you, snap a few close-ups to aid in your coloring.
I have a tendency to just color the image darker near the center and get lighter as I go out. I know this is very unsophisticated but my coloring is definitely basic. Perhaps this little tip can help me create more authentic flowers.
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Nice tip! The colors in nature really are marvelous and intricate, so worth studying in detail.ReplyDelete
I had so many gladiolas and then one year not one:(
Not sure what happened.
Great tip, and beautiful photos!ReplyDelete
your glads are beautiful Lisa-we have them in our gardens as well-I have been enjoying them as cut flowers as wellReplyDelete