Grizzly Bear

This was my first attempt with painter x. It was taken from a photo of a bear my son has. Pretty grizzly looking thing, not so bad in real life.


~ by christianfletcher on June 8, 2008.

8 Responses to “Grizzly Bear”

  1. Nice effect it has. Would be an advantage for print media just for that something different. Did you have any ideas how you could incorporate these new ideas into your work?

    Also thanks for the tip on the Lee GNDs, I have been experimenting the last two days with them and have been getting some interesting results.

    Cheers Tom

  2. Hi Tom, not sure what to do with these painterly effects, but it is just fun to try stuff. I think there has to be something in it, just have to work it out. The stuff at pma done by other pros inspired me, so we have to strive for more to keep up! Glad your liking the nd grads, they will make a huge difference.

  3. Are you a writer Christian? This would make a great illustraition for a kids book…..Once upon a time there was a really grizzly looking grumpy bear…..

  4. not a bad idea, we have a couple of Steve Parish’s kids books, so why not do something like that. It could be more like…….Whos been eating my porridge? Sounds catchy and TOTALLY original.

  5. Or what about “Albie the Racist bear”…oops no that has already been done. Whos’ been eating my porridge sounds much better and anyway Paul Galdone is dead now, and he will nnever know.

  6. cool, nothing like stealing someone else’s idea.

  7. Awww…the bear came out adorable! Learn about the auto painting features in Painter X and you will have a blast with it. There is a lot it will do for you and you can upsell people for the paintings.

  8. have you used painter a lot Marilyn?

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