Sketch apps yield different results

OK folks- what do you think? Scribbles from my iPad…..

This is one was created using the app I usually use, but it’s way too untidy:

….so I reverted to an app I  used to use, which has more flexibility litt, and got a ‘cleaner’ result:

Now the weather is cooler, I could try the computer and use Photoshop, but I doubt it because it is very slow on my ageing Mac.

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37 comments

  1. You were right; the second image Is easier on the eye.

  2. I like the top one best. 🙂
    Best wishes, Pete.

  3. Top one for me too Sue. I like all the detail and in the second one you lose the interaction between the couple on the bench and the clock. Maybe more contrast on the second would work?

  4. Second one loose and sketchy, I like it

  5. I like the first one, too, but I understand the appeal of the “less.”

    janet

  6. Well…I’m torn between the two. I like some of the detail in the top one and the bottom one seems to have a very light tone of color, which is way cool.

  7. I actually like the first one. I don’t find it messy. Great sketch! MZ

  8. I like the “detail” in the first one best. Kind of like a charcoal drawing as opposed to the cleaner pencil-like lines in the second.

  9. On my Affinity Photo program I use a high pass filter with similar results. Nice experiment, Sue!

  10. I love the first one best – details are my preference here!

  11. What are the two apps you used? I like the second more airy one.

  12. The second one has a beautiful glossy look to it—like a filmy experience. That said, I like the grainy look of the first photo better. Although a little crowded, I love the detailing on it. Thanks for sharing both, though. It’s interesting how one photo has many facets.

  13. I’m afraid I refer the first by far!

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