A few weeks ago, I participated in a "lesson hop" by linking one of my lessons to another blog. I linked my lesson to Art Lessons for Kids by Ms. Ale. I won one of her e-book lessons as a prize for participating and linking her site onto my site. One of the lessons in the e-book was Amadeo Modigliani Style portraits. Modigliani's portraits were very distinct with their abstraction of the figure. He would always draw/paint his portraits with very long necks, and use just flat color, no patterns.
|Outlining Drawings with white crayon|
|Outlining with black oil pastel|
|adding details and skintone in color|
|adding skin tone|
|By Leah H.|
|By Michael H.|