Religious Art: Christ of the Polls Art, Christ, Christian art, church windows, digital glass, drawings, God, holy icons, icons, Patriotic art, relgious art, religion, religious art, sacred art, spiritual art, spirituality, stained glass Christ does not belong to any political party… …and only he can bring the donkey and the elephant together. Share this:EmailTweetShare on TumblrPocketLike this:Like Loading... Related
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I enjoyed your artwork, it is very unusual. I would like to more about how you create it…is it all digitally produced?
I have just started my first blog, which will be about Christianity and art, as well as other things touching my life. Come and visit me in a couple of weeks (when hopefully there is more to look at!).
Thanks Becky. I usually start off with a sheet of white paper and outline my drawing with black wax crayon. I then scan it to mspaint as a bitmap. Then I invert the colors, which makes the black wax crayon look like grey lead on a window. I then color it in using many colors and shades. Finally I save it as a jpg which puts the drawing slightly out of focus, adding texture to the digital window.
Sometimes I print the results on photographic paper and frame them.