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Hi! I wanted to share this drawing I made earlier this year at my school, a portrait in graphite, to get any feedback or tips! This is my first time spending this long (30 hours) on a single portrait, and so I'd love to get additional outside perspectives :) Thank you in advance!
Hello, my name is Kabita Das, I’m 23 years old and I have a background in Graphic Design, but have always had a love and passion for drawing and the fine arts. I’ve been working post-grad as a jr. Art director, but I'm starting some art/drawing classes and I’m in the process of rebuilding my portfolio while working. I'm enrolled in a figure drawing class, the Animal Imaginatomy class with Tom Babbey, and Drawing with Bridgman with Marshall Vandruff. Really excited for all three! I’m exploring more avenues/careers in which I would be able to consistently utilise drawing, design, and conceptual thinking. With that, I’ve been very interested in concept design, so I would love any feedback on my work and on how I can mindfully start to rebuild a portfolio that will serve me best for that aspiration. Thanks in advance!
Ancient Roman Warrior Lady who is slightly irritated you interrupted her break time. Used the armor for the theme (+ referenced a chair from typical triclinium furniture). The chair was modified somewhat to add that lion-ey claw thing in the back of the ref image with the sculpture. Finally, the foliage was used as pattern/texture reference.
I'm excited to participate in this challenge, this is my first time posting artwork on Proko (and first time drawing a gun)! Here's my submission, and the three photos it was inspired by. I combined these to create an old, damaged, and overgrown Roman statue. My hope was to convey the idea that violence corrupts and causes decay and collapse overtime. My initial sketches were done in graphite, but the final sketch (in the middle) was done digitally.