Unlike Friday’s post, today’s inverted examples of the 2 drawings featured show promise in their ‘opposite’ form.

There is a distinct luminous quality to both inverted copies.  It seems that it is night time! They could be considered candidates for scratchboard drawings.

The whites are ‘whiter’ and the blacks, ‘blacker’.

Ah, the joys of having a computer!



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4 Responses to THE POWER OF WHITE 2.

  1. Agree scatchboard would work really well for these as would etchings. The bottom one particularly has quite a haunting night feel and yet the original drawing shows the delapidated nature of a weary shed but not its “haunted past”. It is interesting that as the viewer I read the “purpose” of, or story behind, the images differently.
    Really good subjects for this reversal exploration.

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