Sunday, August 15, 2010

Creating new Pastel Grounds for Clemmy Kitty

"Clementine" ( see all proofs)
© rebecca collins / artpaw.com

About The Art: Clemmy's original photograph was pretty wonderful. Sometimes solid white or solid black pets can get totally blown out by too much light, in Clemmy's case we have lots of detail and value in her coat. Her ears were slightly cropped out in the original, but that was easy to fix. My client has requested pastel grounds in her proofing set. Since I do not usually do a lot of soft pastel options I figured this would be a great time to experiment and add a few new options to my arsenal.  The ground on the first art image above is a remake of an old ground while the other 2 are brand new.  I love this pretty Persian kitty and I am pleased with all the results.

6 comments:

krakenmosaics.com said...

I am in love with that last one!

Rebecca Collins said...

Thanks Eve. I think the composition and placement of the cat was inspired by Christine's last kitty mosaic.

Melissa and Emmitt said...

hi rebecca!

oh they are all gorgeous!

i LOVE the third one with the blue and red!

happy happy sunday!

xoxoxo
m

AutumnLeaves said...

Oh my! I'd be hard pressed to pick a favorite! I suspect the top one is the most pastel-y though? I love 'em all. And this is one gorgeous kitty indeed!

cbmosaics said...

Aww, love these! It's fun to see you work with some different colors!

Rebecca Collins said...

Thanks for the great comments everyone. Christine, I agree, love it when people ask for something off my normal menu.