More Sketches from Sicily

As promised a few more sketches from Sicily – click on an image to launch the slideshow:

None of these are through my prowess with pencil or crayon, but courtesy of Sketch Master editing my photographs!!

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25 comments

  1. Nice job editing the photos. The first and last ones are my favorites. Ω

  2. Another excellent Sketch Master series Sue. The one on the bottom right looks so ‘genuine’, I can imagine someone sitting before that view, with a real sketch pad and pencils in hand.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  3. I agree, that last image works particularly well. Nice memories of the last time we were there – 1998 when the World Cup was being played (strange what you remember). Did you go up Etna?

    • Sue

      Isn’t it amazing, some of the things we remember! Glad these brought back memories, Robin. And yes, cable car and 4WD minibus up Etna….

  4. It really is a good app, I’m quite tempted to give it a go.

  5. Suzanne

    These look great. I like the way you have retained some colour in the last one. It adds to the effect,

    • Sue

      It does, I agree… But it is a bit hit and miss as to how much colour remains with an app like this!

      • Suzanne

        Yes the Apps are fun but frustrating. I hope you haven’t been looking for my 5 photos challenge. I started off thinking I could do it then it all got on top of me. I ended up withdrawing the first post because it seemed like the best option. Sorry if I let you down or annoyed you. I should have realised from the start I wouldn’t be able to complete the challenge. Many apologies.

      • Sue

        Oh, don’t worry, Suzanne….it is only meant to be a bit of fun and in no way any pressure. And it’s not fun if you feel an obligation to do something….

      • Suzanne

        It wasn’t so much an obligation as just feeling I was spreading myself too thin. Thanks for understanding.

      • Sue

        Oh, I’ve been feeling I’ve spread myself too thin a lot lately…..

  6. Wow, an amazing app Sue – you’ve done a great job. It’s incredible what can be done with photos these days!

  7. You could certainly pass these off as genuine sketches.

  8. Lovely, Sue! Especially liked Taormina (which I would love to see in reality 🙂 )

    • Sue

      Taormina is distinctly touristy, and I was there on the last day of April…so I guess best around that time, not too far into the summer!

  9. but so effective these apps and filters!! I love your images of Italy!!

  10. This is a really interesting app Sue! I like these very much!

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