After the inception of my practice pertaining 3D art, I continued further by adjusting the image lightening with Photoshop to produce a more appealing effect.




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3D art has always been an interesting aspect that I admire a lot. Armed with my weapons of mass creativity, I engaged in producing some fancy 3D art but with reference from my favourite cartoons. The trick is to bend the paper and draw the image in such a way that it will confuse the natural perspective, altering the true form of the image.



I have never liked the idea of discrimination, it’s a really ugly stuff and it has been in existence since the beginning of time. No race is superior; every race is unique in its own way. I wanted to paint an African and a Caucasian but decided to make the boy a little more of a mixed blood. Male and female innocent children looking at the beautiful ocean, with possibilities oozing in the atmosphere and a bit of mother nature’s very own avian creature (being a duck) about to take a swim.



Β I have always wanted to paint an animal but not in the traditional way (God knows how many lion paintings there is in Africa alone, talk less the world). I started by creating a dark and colourful background (Blue, Cadmium red, Titanium black and a little dark green). Then I drew the lion on the acrylic pad with a white charcoal pencil and painted it with bright colours for it to look warm and bright, sprinkled a little titanium white with a tooth-brush for a starry effect. Pretty cool yeah?