Dusty Blonde Model
I started this painting with a rough sketch, prior to adding a base tan color to make a silhouette of a woman. I focused on the skin tone first and used a plethora of brush and blending tools to create a three-dimensional figure. After, I began to work on my favorite part- the eyes. I made sure to not blend as much on this layer, I wanted this to be sharp and a primary component of the painting. The final section of the painting was the hair. I achieved this by creating several layers of dark colors and individual strands from there. I used many brush tools as well as pencil tools for unique details. I finished the painting by giving the background a slight color to consolidate the entire picture.
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