Here it is: it illustrates the article "The importance of play for adults"
You know, when I was 5 years old and drew this picture I couldn't imagine that it will ever illustrate something. Like an article :) lol
Besides, having read it I thought seriously about the importance of playing. Finally someone think like I do)
Congratulations!!! Most of my hand-drawn illustrations that I have uploaded have been from when I was a child. This blog article gives me reason to hope that perhaps they will be used eventually, also!
I love sketches. And surprises :)
Adding some colors with sometimes unexpected result is what I want to share with you.
Just open a sketch in Photoshop and chose Image -> Adjustments -> Gradient map. Play with options there and find gradient that suits your image the best. The result may be unexpected. If you like it, adjust some colors, options, add some strokes and effects to finish the picture.
You may also make some copies of the sketch layer, apply different gradient maps to them and then use masking to reveal some of one, some of another to enlighten some central figure or different picture parts.
If you use noise removal filters afterwards and maybe add some blur the sketch will turn into painting.
I heard being a vegetarian suits human nature more than eating meat, though I'm not sure about it.
I just wonder how many vegetarians are around. Is it really so popular?
PS: I'm just a curious meat-eater :)
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