Let’s start this off with a snapshot of Lilly’s abstract.
Wow! Isn’t that amazing? It was drawn on the back of a worksheet, so that is why it has a yellow background. What an inspiring piece! It just draws your eye and commands your attention!
So, what do you think? They’re okay, I suppose. Alright, I know they’re pretty awesome, but I was drawing next to Fur in that class. Fur is an amazing artist, and when I look at her work I feel insecure about mine.
Those are hands, if you can’t tell. It was only after I drew them that I realized they were numbers. Go figure.
That’s my fox. I’m actually really proud of my fox, it was my first shading drawing. My mom really likes the expression on its face. I think it looks sad.
I’m also really proud of this one. I thought I did a really good job. I worked really hard on this one, but that’s nothing compared to what’s coming up. This will blow you away.
How awesome is that? Way awesome! I only had a tiny picture to go off of, but I managed! Most of these drawings are from a class I took in summer a while back. This last one was my final project. They were supposed to be a lot bigger than all of our other drawings. Mine was the smallest final drawing out of everyone in the class, but it was okay because it would have been harder to make it much bigger. First I wanted to draw a regular tiger’s eye, but our teacher said it didn’t have enough color. So I drew a white tiger’s eye, and I’m glad I did! It’s so amazing. My favorite part is the colors. Both the blue and the brown. When I was chosing a background color, I couldn’t decide between blue or brown so I used both.
Which of mine is your favorite? Did you like this topic? Do you want more posts like this? Do you like pictures? I like pictures.