glass Works

I wanted to create a kind of glossy 3-dimensional depth in these images. A bit like creating your own varnish.

I sketched the basis with soft chalk and worked through the image with shadows in a naturalistic style.

In the next layer, I worked with thin watercolor that created depth in the color.

To finish off with large rake and soft pencil to create live movement and depth.

It is essentially black and white portraits with transparent filters; the color is not integrated into the form but functions more like an effect on top of the black and white.

This creates a distance and gives the impression of glass.

I drew inspiration from both statues and photographs to make it even more intriguing.

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