Shades of Lynn

Hello Citizens of the Blogosphere,

Today I will explore the use of color in devising unique characterizations of the same image.


This is the original black and white illustration.

Lynn is Black Lines and Negative Space

Lynn. AnnotatedAudrey TM


This was my first colored version of Lynn.

I used pinks and reds, with hints of orange and blue to give warmth to her face.

Lynn Experiences Color for the First Time

Lynn. Colored AnnotatedAudrey TM


I used subtle shades of blue and pink to create a more unified color pallet- making her dark blue hair stand out.

Lynn’s Blue Period

blue lynn annotated audrey


I used shades of green, gray and pink to convey an earthy aura.

Lynn Becomes an Earth Mother

green lynn annotated audrey


I used bright reds and blues make the image pop.

Lynn Explores Her Wild Side

lynn red annotated audrey


I used aquamarine and various shades of blue and pink give Lynn a mermaid like look.

Lynn Becomes a Sea Goddess

lynn aqua

That’s all for now.

As always, thank you so much for taking time to read this post!



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