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“Lap Of Luxury”
Prismacolor Pencils/Pantone Markers
Sharon Bratcher Cummings
The first picture is a crop and modified version of the second which I decided to list as a print that can be made as large as 60 inches long!
The full image was created by me in 1993 while I was in college working on my art degree. I used colored pencils and markers to get the textures and colors that you see. My Mom actually owns the original, so I had to scan my copy.
Indah Susanti said:
The result of the color pencil is impressive. I like the drinks part – it looks so real! Another great art Sharon!
Thank you Indah!
The different shades of gold used for the wine is so every close to real wine being poured in the glass. The gold label of the wine bottle looks like you have used gold leaf. Very nice.
Thank you! No gold leaf at all…just markers and colored pencils. It’s been fun going through my old portfolio this way! Thank you for stopping by my blog. 🙂
Love how you have created the gold, honey colurs of the wine and the neck of the bottle…Karen
Thank you so much Karen!
Kate Loveton said:
Vivid and brilliant use of color.
Thank you Kate!
Helen H. Wu said:
This is gorgeous! love the color and texture!
Thank you Helen!
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Love the composition and your choice of tonalities in this great piece! Like Indah, I like the wine part 🙂
I bet you do! LOL Thank you Jo Ann!
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