These are only a sample of my drawings. I enjoy working with a variety of media, styles, and subjects. The above styles you see include freehand and pointillism style drawings. I guess I have been experimenting with a diversity of media and styles. For now, I enjoy the end result.
Going from a blank paper to a finished work of art is a rewarding feeling, especially when other people appreciate your work. I hope you are one that finds my work appealing.
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This is a portrait of Winston Churchill, and this form of art is called Pointilism, which is the practice of blending color dots into a fuller image.
For this piece four different size sepia color markers where used. First, an outline of the face was drawn in pencil and then the markers where used throughout the outline slowly giving shape and figure by blending. Lots of dots, simple!
Well, you just need lots of patients while applying the dots. As can be observed in his image, great detail can be obtained. Notice the color shades in the coat, or the shading under the cheek, the dark areas under the hat, and the detail in the eyes. Took some time but the results can be amazing.
This piece is called "Wedding Bride", by Leonardo da Vinci. This is my rendition of it. I tried to copy the old paper look and drawing style. It is not easy to copy someone else's art style., even less from a master like Leonardo da Vinci, for his pastel work is outstanding. Pencil was used for this drawing with lots of lines and shading in the process. There is much more detail in the hair and dress in the original drawing and no doubt Leonardo had a keen eye for detail.