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Art Portfolio

Welcome to my Art Portfolio!

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I started by creating two vanishing points on both sides of the page, since it was a two point perspective drawing. The vanishing points were on the horizon line, going through the center of the page. Then, I drew a vertical line representing the edge of the room pillar and two smaller vertical lines, representing the edge of the bookshelves. Then, I drew diagonal lines towards the vanishing points for the length of the room. I added narrow diagonal ridges to add further detail to the pillar, bookshelves and ceiling. I drew more vertical lines to represent the walls of the shelves and the other end of the bookshelves.
 

Next, I drew diagonal lines inside the bookshelves towards the vanishing points for the shelves themselves. I drew subtle lines on the top shelves where the observer could see the wooden part of the shelf and then drew diagonal lines to represent depth. Then, I moved to the right side of the drawing to draw the outline for the window and the seats. I also drew the outline for the sofa in the middle of the image.
 

Then, I started adding in the details. Starting with the books, I drew multiple vertical lines inside the bookshelves of varying lengths and then drew diagonal lines towards the vanishing points to finish the books. Then, I added the details in the ceiling, windows and the seats.
 

I finished the drawing by shading. The light source in the image comes from the windows and considering that, I used a pencil and a blending stump to add the shadows, reflections and depth in the image.

Interior Perspective Drawing 2.jpg

I started by drawing a rectangle for the back wall of the room. The intersecting point of the rectangle was the vanishing point of the drawing. I drew diagonal lines from each of the rectangle's vertices towards the vanishing point for the walls of the room. Then I drew rectangles for the faces of the furniture that were facing the observer.
 

Starting with the sofa, I drew diagonal/vertical lines for the outline of the sofa. I drew Guide Lines on the sofa for the seats and cushions by joining the diagonals of the seating area and by forming an isosceles triangle. The intersection points of the seating area and the triangle were where I drew the lines for the cushions.
 

Moving towards the coffee table, I drew the diagonal lines from the vertices to the vanishing points and added smaller details for the design.
 

For the TV table, I again drew the diagonal lines from the vertices to the vanishing points for the outline, vertical lines for the drawers and other details like the handles, legs, and the inner lines.
 

Then, I moved on to the final details, like the recess in the wall on the right side of the drawing. I started drawing the vertical lines for the TV and finished it. I drew the flower pots on the tables and then drew the carpet on the floor.

I drew a smaller rectangle at the top for the coffer in the ceiling and drew diagonal lines to finish its design. I added other details to finish the cornice.
 

I drew multiple vertical lines on the back wall to represent the curtains and another smaller rectangle for the window design. I drew multiple diagonal lines towards the vanishing point on the floor to represent wooden planks.

Finally, I added the finishing touches to the drawing by shading and considering the light source to be coming from the windows.

Shaded Hand Drawing new.png

I started by drawing the basic shapes that the pose consisted of. I drew a tilted rectangle for the wrist, a trapezoidal shape for the base of the hand and another contoured shape for the fingers. I checked whether the drawing was proportional using my pencil. If it wasn't then I made changes. When it was proportional, I started drawing the outline of the hand, by using the basic shapes. Then, I erased the basic shapes slowly and started adding further details like nails and wrinkles. I added tonal variations by shading and finished the drawing by adding final touches like veins and hair.

Healing Rainforest (1).png

I started by painting the colors of the background on the first layer. I made another layer for the ground and another one for the trees. I used the Gaussian Blur filter since I wanted this painting to have a mysterious and somewhat spooky feeling. After painting a few types of tree stems, I duplicated them across the image wherever I wanted them and placed some on different layers on the back to make up the background. I warped and transformed some of the trees to add variation and even painted newer ones.

Then, I started painting the vegetation, by using a Clipboard Image Brush, made from grass and leaf designs I painted separately.

After that, I added another semi opaque layer for the forest fog and used Blur filters again a couple times. 

I flipped the top half of the painting and placed it in another layer with reduced opacity for a reflection effect. Since water reflections tend to be darker, I used Hue/Saturation to give the reflection a darker color.

I added a few finishing touches and completed the painting.

Night Sky.png

Starting with a black background, I created multiple layers for the clouds, each with a different color and opacity. I rearranged the cloud layers for the illusion of density. Then, I created another layer for the stars and placed it in between the cloud layers, added a few finishing touches and completed the painting.

Outer World.png

The inspiration for this painting was a screenshot from the Game "No Man's Sky". I started by painting the colors of the sky and the clouds on the first layer. Then, I created two more layers for the grass and the trees and finally, I painted the dry grass along with other finishing touches to complete the painting.

Boat By The River.png

I wanted to paint a boat that had been abandoned in a swampy area. To achieve this, I created multiple layers and arranged them according to their distance from the observer. I then began painting each layer little by little. I aimed to give the boat a muddy appearance, as if it had been trapped in the mud after being washed away by the river's force. To create the muddy look, I used various brushes and a mixture of brown and swampy green colors.

warutai warrior (1).png

An attempt at Pixel Art

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