Called the mother of the civil rights movement Rosa Parks gave most of her life in service to a cause greater than herself.
I picked this photograph of her to draw from because it depicted her courage and bravery while at the same time showing her compassion.
Thank you Rosa Parks for being a hero to us all.
Daily Art #2939
I’ve finished the Rosa Parks drawing after working her dress and more form in her head.see the post
Daily Art #2938
You can call this “pick and shovel” work. Lots of filling in with value but no subtlety.see the post
Daily Art #2937
The challenge for Rosa Parks dress is trying to instill form into a very dark area with subtle variations.see the post
Daily Art #2936
The basic values are set for Rosa Parks face which makes the bulk of this drawing done.see the post
Daily Art #2935
Another deeply focused morning while drawing Rosa Parks.see the post
Daily Art #2934
I was able to progress very fast on Rosa Parks this morning.see the post
Daily Art #2933
An easy day of art. An easy day overall!see the post
Daily Art #2932
I wasn’t able to commit a lot of time on the start of my Rosa Parks drawing today but I made progress.see the post
- Work: 1759
- Size: 14" x 17"
- Medium: Graphite on Paper
- Sessions: 8
- Start date: 2/4/2021
- End date: 2/11/2021