Morgan Freeman Portrait (Pointillism)

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On June 1, 2014, Posted by , In AP Studio Art, With 4 Comments

The style that I used for drawing this portrait of Morgan Freeman is called Pointillism, which consists of creating an image by using dots. The best tool for creating this image is a very thin sharpie. This artwork took me about twelve hours of work, however, the effort was worth of it because the portrait contains a lot of detail, making it look appealing. In addition, the drawing has a lot of principle of designs such as repetition, contrast, unity, and balance.

4 Comments so far:

  1. Jorge says:

    This must have taken a long time to complete! I really enjoy pointillism; therefore, I think this is a wonderful piece.

  2. Adrian says:

    Keep up the good work, you have great skills!

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