Saturday, July 21, 2007

Madge II

I was so inspired by Madge that I gave her another go--this time with intention of success, and not just fun. I'm really happy with the turn out, and I combined an effect that I use in my line art (separating and recombining the CMYK channels) to unify the colors as well as give a slightly offset-print feel.f

This is probably a little more Philip Burke than it is me, but that's all right. I think that the best way to learn how to do something is to copy a success story, and then use that knowledge next time. So that's what I'll do!

1 comment:

Tina Vaziri said...

Such a nice portrait! It makes me want to bust out my tweezers on her. I love it as much as I loved her in the 80s!