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portrait art

Postby kakatua » Wed Sep 01, 2010 7:18 am

How can I do a pop art portrait? Hi, I'm thirteen and I'm doing this for an art class. I really want to do something no one will have, because they will most likely be doing an ipod or something like that-"popular".Well I really like the way pop art portraits are so I thought I would do one of Daniel Radcliffe. How do I do this? I've seen many pop art portraits, and tey look so easy, but I've tried and its so hard! how do you know where to put the shadows to form thier faces?
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