Diana Probst, Cambridge Artist

Inktober 2016-2

Day 2 of Inktober sees me trying out a timesaver for vanishing points. Attach a thread to the points you want to use, at eye level/horizon level (which will be mostly the same, although not always) and you can draw

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Inktober 2016-2

Day 2 of Inktober sees me trying out a timesaver for vanishing points. Attach a thread to the points you want to use, at eye level/horizon level (which will be mostly the same, although not always) and you can draw

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Planning a Painting: First Sketches

Part of the process of making a painting is working out what will go where. Part of the process is working out what shapes it will be, and how the shapes interact. Sketches help with both of those. The first

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Planning a Painting: First Sketches

Part of the process of making a painting is working out what will go where. Part of the process is working out what shapes it will be, and how the shapes interact. Sketches help with both of those. The first

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Lilly in Ink

Over the summer, I was screwing up the courage to ask someone I followed on Twitter for pictures of their dog for me to paint as my own project. Lilly was a white-faced collie with one blue and one brown

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Lilly in Ink

Over the summer, I was screwing up the courage to ask someone I followed on Twitter for pictures of their dog for me to paint as my own project. Lilly was a white-faced collie with one blue and one brown

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Vector Work

The past couple of weeks have mostly been spent wrestling with vectors, laser cutters, and a recalcitrant computer that needed a new hard drive. I have successfully learned to deal with or get around at least two of those things.

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Vector Work

The past couple of weeks have mostly been spent wrestling with vectors, laser cutters, and a recalcitrant computer that needed a new hard drive. I have successfully learned to deal with or get around at least two of those things.

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Hand Made Playing Cards – Day 3

The last design day for the cards involved cutting blanks as for the pip cards, ruling rectangles into them, and then drawing each design. I did that in pencil and then went over it with Indian ink, to get a

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Hand Made Playing Cards – Day 3

The last design day for the cards involved cutting blanks as for the pip cards, ruling rectangles into them, and then drawing each design. I did that in pencil and then went over it with Indian ink, to get a

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Hand Made Playing Cards – Day 2

Card Design, to send to client for approval. Click through for bigger images:

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Hand Made Playing Cards – Day 2

Card Design, to send to client for approval. Click through for bigger images:

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