piece, I have chose to show a step-by-step process AND to show the final art piece.
Here is what I am attempting to create a tribute to- The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod, 3rd book, Tenth Grade Bleeds. Tenth Grade does indeed bleeds, like hell. ANYWAYS, here is what I have started with;
Alternatively, I chose to not trace a whole new page just for guidelines. Why waste time when I already have what I need? Plus I have the ability to make a mess- somehow. So would matter if I proceed to act more neat? No.
First, I did was to watercolour the vampire-like smile-y to purple.
Second, I added black to every other gap to create a similar resemblance to the original novel cover- Tenth Grade Bleeds.
Third, I have used charcoal to darken the black watercolour section. Then I created a background, by blending, with my finger, to thust the extra charcoal around Vladimir Tod. This is to create an atmosphere.
Fifth, if the face has charcoal, then all other gaps that appear as skin should have charcoal as well. I did this to give Vladimir Tod a more realistic look, with the shading on the skin.
Shavone, you're already aware that I'm a fan of your style. When you commit to creating an artwork, you shine: your talent is given freedom, and there is an energy in every piece you make.ReplyDelete
My challenge to you: can you explain how this artwork is a representation of yourself? I would love to hear the connection.
Keep up the good work!
Hey Mrs.Rose, it feels good that you commented again on my content TBH. Also, thanks for supporting mel; God knows what would have happned if you were not there for me, for these 2 past years. Before you provided this challenge, I already planned that I would explained the choice for my self representation project. It just that it would be revealed a little later on, maybe tonight, or tomorrow? Although it is not a promise. Keep that in mind. Damn right I will- I strive to not lose this art high that I have right now! Ahah.Delete