Beautifull african portrait made for a friend. Concept was inspired by the work of one of my favorite artist, Sarah Golish.
From the original painting ( third picture above), I created two different digital artwork.
Familywallpainting. Biggest painting I’ve ever worked on. It was not easy, but definitly worth it!!
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.
Enjoy!! I hope you like it!
PS: Don’t forget to like, share and subscribe :P.
Result of the illustration:
Hey everyone. This is a new portrait I’m working on. It looks very much like the previous portrait I made. This is because I want to continue working in the same style. That is something that I really have to get used to, because I like working in different styles. For me this is definitely a challenge, but I like challenges and art… soo we’ll see what the result will be 🙂
Words can’t describe how much I luv (african) prints!! You could say that (African) prints is kind of in my blood. My mother used to wear very often Congolese traditional clothes called “pagne”. These clothes always contains various types of prints. Nowadays you see it a lot in Western clothing. I think they call it Ankara….
A new portret I’m working on! 😉
Stay tuned to see how it is going to turn out.
FWI. I just luv working with/creating prints/patterns.
When I’m looking for inspiration, I often look at portraits. I do not know why, but I’m attracted to the facial expressions of people. You could say that the emotions people show on their face attracts me. I then wonder what that person is thinking or experiencing at that moment in his life. Maybe that’s the reason that I often used to draw faces when I was younger. Now I try to take a different direction. But I will allways continue making portraits/facial expression.