I don’t do self-portraits very often, but I was presented a unique opportunity. While staying at my friends house watching their dog, I found that the guest bathroom had a large mirror and unique lighting.
I wasn’t inclined to make a realistic portrait, but one rather that was expressive.
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The Outdoor Watercolor Learning Experience
How do you make an expressive portrait?
Colors = Symbolism: Example-Yellow and purple often represent royalty
You can make the portrait as realistic or abstract as you want
You want to find a mirror that is big enough to view yourself in
Find a lighting scenario that helps describe you: Example-Top light for dramatic effect