Friday, June 15, 2012
This clip art is my illustration or caricature of a modern, young woman. She has a bob haircut (or similar short hairstyle), and wears a plain knitted blouse or sweater, tight pants or leggings, and boots. She is rather funky or mod, and looks vintage 1960s or she could even be a modern young lady of today. The illustration is done in sepia pen on cream-colored paper. The version at left has been altered in Photoshop, using 'auto levels' on the quick-fix tool. That had the effect of removing the deep yellow tone of the cream paper and leaving a pale, buff-white background.
By publishing on my public-domain blog, I have hereby released this art to the public. Feel free to download, alter, and publish this clip art sketch in any way that you see fit.
The cream-colored version, below, is closer to the original. Cream is the natural color of the paper. That version has had only minor corrections, such as spot removal. You may use either one.
By placing the art on this public-domain blog, I hearby release it to the public. You may download, alter, recycle, publish, or print it in any way that you like.
IWoman Spanking Boy. My illustration of a woman spanking a boy is done in sepia pen on cream-colored paper. The sketch is in an antique style, as intended. The clothing is similar to Victorian fashion. The version to the left has been altered in Photoshop by using the quick-fix tool and choosing 'auto levels.' This had the effect of removing some of the yellow from the background. It also caused (by accident) a speckling appearance, which is pleasing and makes the drawing look more antique. The version below is very close to the original drawing. The only corrections to it are minor ones ~ some spot removal and perhaps some sharpening.
Housewife. Vintage, antique look. Slightly frazzled hair. Sepia pen on cream-colored paper. Both illustrations have been altered using Photoshop. The one below had simple corrections/spot removal in the background and possible sharpening. It is very little changed from the original sketch. The one on the left has been brightened and sharpened using the quick-fix tool, selecting "auto levels."
You are free to use, alter, post, or publish this artwork in any way that you choose. I have placed it in the public domain.
Simple artwork of a 1900s girl (girl of the 1900s era). She is generic, so could pass for other eras. Looks poor, sad, thoughtful, or determined. Quick sketch, sepia pen on cream background. Two versions available. Both were altered in Photoshop: the first, for spot repair, sharpening; and the second, through an automatic process called 'high pass' (I'm not sure of the function of that tool, but the gray picture is the result of using it). My original illustration is tiny (about 2 x 2 inches) and will not enlarge well. Spot illustration, clip art.