September 26, 2012

Lets Finish….Figure 1

Went to class and it was suggested that I dull down the pants some.

I had to get the instructor to clarify what she meant by “dull down”.  Go figure…it’s to bring in the opposite color…you know…mute it a bit.  With blue I use orange cuz that’s the opposite on the color wheel.


Here ya go….the evolution of the jeans.  As you can see, it’s not true photo-realism because I get to embellish, change the color and shape.  I think that’s the fun part…the interesting part.  I think I’m liking how the jeans turned out.  More vibrant I think.

I’m getting more and more comfortable with my “wing-it” interpretations.  I had no idea how to portray the sleeve folds.

This is about as done as it’s going to get.  May go in and sharpen up some edges.  What a fun piece to work with.  I like the size.  I told my instructor…..I would like to go even larger…..Now wouldn’t that be interesting….doing a life size piece?


JP said...

Very fun to follow your project! A life size work would be fabulous! Maybe you could make one for me for Christmas!

Eden said...

Pick your pic :D

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