Beautifull african portrait made for a friend. Concept was inspired by the work of one of my favorite artist, Sarah Golish.
We try to hide our feelings, but we forget our eyes speak. The eyes tell more then 1000 words. That’s the main reason I leave out the pupils in the eyes. I try to get the expression out of the face and posture.
Another african artpiece digitally altered. The third picture is the original. This piece was ispired by the look of a woman with afro and the crown of a pharao.
Another african art digitally altered. The second photo is the original one.
From the original painting ( third picture above), I created two different digital artwork.
Trying to caption love and sensuality in a artwork. Started in color and finished in black and white.
I was going threw some pictures I had on my laptop. I came across a picture of two women with beautiful natural hair. Somehow I was drawn to it, so I started to create an illustration with that picture as inspiration.
The making off this illustration is also on Youtube-channel:
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One of the many illustrations I enjoyed making. With everything I make, I always try to stay close to my roots. There for the earring the shape of Africa’s continent and the headscarf. The thing I enjoyed most was working and the details in the headscarf and earring.
If you want to see the making of video of this illustration, you can click on the link/video below:
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Hi everyone. I ma back. This time I’m back for good!! I have been absent for about a year, due to my study. Now I’m back and I started my own Youtube-channel, called Africanartista.
With my Youtube-channel I would like to show how I make my illustrations and artwork. This video shows one of my illustrations. I will put pictures of the result below.
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Result of the illustration:
This is another new African painting I am working on. I don’t name my paintings, because I don’t know what to name them. lol. I don’t draw the pupil and the iris in the eye, because I want to try create an expression out of her body, instead of the eyes. That’s the reason why the lady in this painting and the two previous ones don’t have an iris and a pupil.