Twiggy

During this past week, our assignment was to illustrate over a photograph of a famous person, so that without the picture behind it, you could recognize who that person was. We were inspired by the ‘Obey’ and ‘Hope’ pictures which consist of very few colors.   We used illustrator to do this and I liked it a thousand times more than photoshop. I chose to illustrate a picture of the 60’s era model, Twiggy. For the original picture, I chose a photo that is one of her most well- known. I used the pen tool for nearly everything and then filled the lines with an appropriate color. The only actions I did not use the pen for, were the thin lines around the nose and  side of face. I loved this project and I’m very proud of the way it turned out!

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16 responses to “Twiggy

  1. wow it looks the same. It looks really good and her eyes are really big 🙂

  2. this is so good it looks just like the picture! i wouldnt change anything!

  3. cheerlifesb

    this looks great! i think you did such a great job! i dont have anything to change

  4. i cant say anythign bad about this. your kinda awesome jessie

  5. I like it. It’s enough different from the original to look amazing compared. maybe define her face more

  6. THIS IS AMAZING! JESSIE YOU ARE MY IDOL! I WOULDN’T CHANGE A THING! I LOVE THE EYES AND EYELASHES!

  7. Haley Powell

    Why cant I be as talented as you. No comment.

  8. cman805

    looks just like the picture good job. the eyes and lips are the best

  9. Rosie Rafferty

    jessie its too good. It looks exactly the same and the original. shwow

  10. ok

    so good jessie you are amazing! i wouldnt change a thing

  11. i loove this. it looks so good! i wouldnt change anything

  12. xantym

    The first with Compare and Contrast! Both on the same page, makes it so you can see the difrence!

  13. Wow! this is really good! Everything looks perfect. I dont think you need to change anything

  14. YOU DID A REALLY GOOD WORK!

  15. The lips and the eyes were very realistic, as were the eyes. I would add a bit more detail in the nose though.

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