Yesterday, 11th November 2016, I woke with a desire to create a very simple poppy wreath to mark Armistice Day. Something to homour the memories of all who have lost their lives through conflict, no matter when or where. I’m sure we would all love to live in a world that is far more peaceful, where differences can be settled through discussion and coming to understand and respect one another, even if that means to agree to disagree.
If you’d like to download, print and colour it, please visit my facebook page – Angela Porter Illustrator . All I ask is that you respect it is for personal use only, not for sale, not for re-sale nor for publication. I’d like to see your coloured work, if you feel inclined to share 🙂
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A wreath I drew today in remembrance of all those who have lost their lives in conflict, no matter where or when. If you'd like to download and colour please visit my facebook page #angelaporterillustrator #drawn on my #microsoftsurface #surface using #autodesksketchbookpro
And here’s coloured version 1 – coloured in on my SurfaceBook.
Coloured version 2 below was completed using Faber-Castell’s Luminance pencils along with Zest-it blending solution. The glossy centres and glittery and glossy drops were added using Tonic Studios’ Crystal drops.