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Yoda Portrait - Star Wars - Oil Pastels

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May the force be with you!

Master Yoda created mostly in oil pastels, also markers and brush pens, on colored paper.
A4 size 
8.27 × 11.69 inches

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: $ 50

About Artist

Heidi Ahmad

an illustrator and colorist working freelance in Egypt. I graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts and I work in a variety of styles in both the digital and traditional forms. Drop me a line whenever you need illustrations for your business or a unique gift for a friend or family member! https://www.heidigfx.com/

More Paintings
iconic

Painting: Acrylic, Ink, Digital, Paint and Color on Canvas.

When I am walking around outside in the nature, by investigating my path and my creativity, there is suddenly a spark that catches my eyes, that I can reflect to its shapes, texture, and to its colors. And this starts a creative process in me.
Then I will search for a female figure with a unique look with some of mysterious, which can be best for me to draw and to paint. 
After that I will use some digital painting programs in order to draw and sketch and to integrate the nature elements, texture and the colors that all together reflect out of this process. 
After the digital process I print the digital artwork on canvas, and then start a process that is more traditional, by using brushes with acrylic, ink, graphite, color pencil, aerosol paints, and whatever that is necessary for the final result. Then put an over varnish laqa to protect as necessary. 
My art is integrating the beauties of the nature with a mysterious femininity that wraps it.

Keywords: body, mix media, digital art, yossi kotler art, acrylic painting, face

Fishhaed

Drawing: Ink on Cardboard and Paper.

Drawing with ink and painting with acrylic on a collage of old sheets of encyclopedia "Meyers Konversationslexikon" from 1890 on cardboard,
with passe-partout-card 60 x 50 cm (23,62 x 19,69 inch)

Keywords: pirate, sailor, sea, blue, bluejacket, fish, head, deck-hand, fishhaed, seaman, jack, ocean

Subjugate Painting
Painting: Oil on Canvas. Hands are significant in dislocating the connection an audience would normally encounter with a traditional portrait.
The painting seeks to allow an audience to create their own narrative to the male and female subjects. What is happening? Why cover the eyes and mouth? What are their functions? I would hope the questions lead to other questions to create a scene or moment for the viewer.
This painting used Old Holland and Michael Harding professional oil paints. The ground is 10oz acrylic primed canvas with responsibly sourced 4.4cm deep stretcher bars.