A house on the hill. A quick sketch.
If we took a vote on this site I think you’d get a statuette, more than one person would but you are just so amazing. Sometimes people comment on your colored pencil but I would have to vote for the textured stuff you do in one color. I always like the Prickly Pear. I don’t know why, it just cracks me up. And there’s an element of the cartoon there. I’m a pretty big fan.
Thank you kindly, Sophie! Cactus are indeed sort of cartoony…until you get stuck by them.
I love how graphic and confident your work is.
When I was a kid I got to go and visit someone out of town and for some ungodly reason I bought a cactus to take with me. People getting pricked all over the place! This was on the bus. I was trying to hold it on my lap but that doesn’t go well either. It was 2 feet high or something.
I don’t know who to bother: I think I would have it down but it says that my picture is more than 1MB. I’m not sure how that’s possible, it’s the same size as all the other ones here(dum, dum). I’m determined to get this done this weekend. It seems like it would be easy once you’ve done it already.
Try opening the original image in Photoshop and going to “Image/Image Size” at the top menu. Then reduce the size of the image to something like 600 px by 400 px or thereabouts. Then “Save for Web” and choose JPEG. That should do the trick.
I’m noting this down in case it’s helpful but since I don’t have photoshop it may be adding an extra step. Also I have a relative probably calling who has this same printer. So wish me luck!
Another note, Sophie. Computer screen resolution is 72 dots per inch. For print, the normal is 300 dots per inch. I post at 100 d.p.i. So be sure to check this setting in “Image/Image Size” also.
I’m noting all this down.
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