Portrait commission 2: second stages.

After making a Picasso-like painting, it was time to go to the realistic side of things.
This image is a homage to the black and white photograph, especially Irving Penn.
As usual, it was important to make the marks stand out, this is a drawing, not a photographic print.

The following studies are trying to bring the fun and hope of kids art to the work.

About Trevor Mill

This is my work. Art & Design. The fruits of my labour. Commissions / projects welcome.
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2 Responses to Portrait commission 2: second stages.

  1. Fabulous! Beautiful palette, and such lively drawings!

    • Trevor Mill says:

      Many thanks Taline,
      with the technique of layers I could be fairly precise about the warmth or coldness of each section of the work. As for the drawings, you can tell how much fun they are to do.

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