Evaluate a Sculpt in Process Using Picmonkey


I'm an artist and a teacher.  As a teacher, I stumbled on a way to evaluate sculpts in process using Picmonkey, the photo editing site. I love Picmonkey.com!

If you make antique inspired works, it is helpful to see how your work is comparing to the original antique inspired work.   I make Izannah Walker inspired dolls.   I'm fine with them being a bit different from the originals and having my own mark.  But I do like to get in the ball park.  Anyway, here is a tutorial for evaluting sculpts in process against original antiques.  
































I hope you find this technique helpful! 


5 comments:

Edyth said...

What a great use of this set of tools! Thank you for this! Have a Great Day, Edyth

Alena Sinel said...

Thank you so much Dixie! Smart way!

A Magical Whimsy said...

Hi, Dixie
I just came over from MAIDA as I saw this post to see all about it on your blog. Quite an interesting format to use. Thank you for this information. Now I know what Picmonkey is!!! Thanks a bunch! Hope you had a lovely four day Thanksgiving holiday weekend.
hugs,
Teresa in California
http://amagicalwhimsy.blogspot.com/

Jo James said...

Great idea!

Susan McMahon said...

Fascinating!


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