Now, when I look at this work from the outside, I feel like I can do everything. Even the paint that I have never worked.
All that you see, was done by hand. The letters are not bought. First I cut out letters and pasted on half silver. And then Quilling. Nothing is printed. Everything was cut with a knife (road signs, city, hands, etc.) If you do not believe me, I can take pictures of pruning.
Suddenly noticed a mustache. It happened quite by accident. But this is so funny.
Thank you all for your support! I will not mind if you post a contest work [link] in groups. I have no idea how to do it. And there is no time to find out. Vacation is over, I have to go back to work.
Ok .. stage 2 of my drawing of Holliday Grainger. For those of you that have asked for video, i did try .. honest. My equipment is not that good and the result was unwatchable and showed nothing you could see. I have not given up on the idea yet though .. i just need to give it some more thought. Part 1 [link] Part 3 [link] Part 4 [link] Finished piece [link]
I drew this lesson because a student has asked for it last Sunday. I hope this is what she is looking for? Yes?
For most people math is the subject that is the furthest away from art. Its actually not true at all! The world is full of things to draw that are based on mathematical principles. Geometry is the closest math there is to art. It is a challenge for most people to draw nice straight lines, circles, ellipses and such but it is very good practice even if your intention is to work in 3D computer graphics.
When I draw something specific(non-abstract) I am measuring the distance of one shape to another. For example, when I draw a face I look carefully at the person's face with my eyes and I measure the distance between both eyes, how far the bottom of the nose is to the eyes, etc. If my visual measurements are off, the very specific person I am trying to draw will not look correct to me or anyone else.
The measurements, the perspectives, the angles, the symmetry, the arc, the curves... the science of how things are. I hear many young people complain about the use of letters in algebra not making any sense. In fact they do when letters are associated with words like Width(X), Height(Y), Depth(Z), (A)rea, (V)olume, (M)ass, (F)orce, (D)istance, (A)cceleration... etc. Science stuff.
HOLLIDAY GRAINGER as LUCREZIA BORGIA. This is the first step by step of the drawing i am working on, i will share a little of my thought process as i work through it, hopefully it will cover all the points that i am asked to make tutorials for. It will be a split up into separate stages and i will try to cover as much as i can along the way. It might work out fine or it could go horribly wrong, who knows. Part 2 [link] Part 3 [link] Part 4 [link] Finished piece [link]