First, we find representations of people everywhere, however in contemporary art, portraits are much more than pure representation. The above represents what is considered in new art. When it comes to custom, we get an itch to find out who is behind. Further, this creates mystery. The purpose here relies on separating “Good and Evil.” Batman and Bane fill the profile one, and the other can not exist. Afterward, it is our life paradox; we need to have the negative and the positive to learn, access conclusions, and learn about life.
Second, it is fun to paint animals further considering this commission about dogs, for each one has a character of its own. Unfortunately, while painting it, one of them died, not on my account. The pet’s name is Kelly, and it has a sad look on her face. Remember a dog last from twelves to thirteen years, and she could not hold sitting for more than a minute. Sadly but true is like she’s talking to us to put her out of her misery, poor thing.
Although, the portraiture is about three pets as a gift from Jacky to her grandsons. This painting I dedicated to Kelly.
Third, not a consignment but a personal development about movement. The title is “Dynamic Tide,” which Explores visual weight forces base on movement effects. Consequently, it is a concept about the continuation of line forms. Thus, the experimentation is opening new revenues in color gradations like a splash effect.
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Lastly, complicated media to manage for one mistake, and everything has to restart from the cero. Drawing in ink relies on knowing the body’s anatomy to precisely move lines and connect to other muscles. Finally, to give it a flow feel.