Towards Whitburn from Seaburn Beach

Towards Whitburn from Seaburn Beach

However, carrying on from the comment on the other one. This has a wonderful sweep and space. The colours are brilliant.

Thanks Gudrun. The colours do seem to 'bounce' with digital.

This is very clever Michael, I love the result, especially the scratchy bits in the foreground.

Thanks Fiona, pleased you like it.

It would be interesting to see the original acrylic as well. Do you find working on it digitally easier or quicker. (I find it takes longer that the wet method.)

I find it is just as long to use a digital media as a traditional media Linda. The original acrylic is on my pages Somewhere. It's quite semi abstract and wasn't meant to be. My work seems to have a mind of its own and doesn't usually turn out the way I want it to. That's life I suppose.

Hang on Studio Wall

Acrylic and digital. Imported original acrylic canvas into iPad and edited in digital.

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Michael Mcmanus

I was born in 1946. In the 1960s and part of the 70s I was an airman in the Royal Navy, Fleet Air Arm. I joined Durham Constabulary in 1971. In 1999 I retired from policing and began teaching sociology and criminology at Durham University with emphasis on policing and researching crime. I am drawn…

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