Portrait Series step by step 4/12
In continuity with the previous posts and to show them the product of my latest work, which deals with a series of portraits illustrated for a group of people that is being promoted as a political grid for the next Electoral Period of the Canary Venezuelan Home located in Caracas - Venezuela; As promised, I keep publishing the portraits generated in this process and today I leave you here the fourth!
She is Naile Araujo, who is running for Treasurer. Active member of the HCV and * Domino * fanatic, so in her illustration she will be portrayed in a casual game.
The domino is a board game in which rectangular tiles (tiles) are used, usually white on the face and black on the back, although there are many variations. One of its faces is divided by two squares, each of which is usually numbered by dot arrangements such as the dice.1
The usual score is from zero to six points, which makes a total of 28 pieces of domino being the largest card the six double. There are other variants of 55, 91, 136 and 190 pieces. For example, in Cuba it is played with 28 pieces in the eastern zone, while in the center and west, including the capital, it is played with 55 chips (Double 9). The player who wins without chips is 3 points and by means of points is 2.
Fotografía realizada por Víctor Piñango
All the illustrations were made by hand, like the sketches; for this I used simply pencil and paper.
For the coloring I used colored pencils with different tones to generate some volumetry and three-dimensionality as well as to capture every detail of the character in question, finally the outlined I did with a black fine point marker.
The digitized illustration, with some adjustments in brightness and contrasts, remained that way; and the original illustration was delivered to each portrayed, all very happy with the result!