What should I paint for art?
We have to paint figure paintings in art next week, and I'm stuck on what I should paint. Help?
(Not the whole person has to be in the picture. The painting can be anything, really, as long as at least some part of a person is in it.)
Links to photos would be helpful.... We're supposed to have one to base our idea from our painting off of.
- A&D U.S.Lv 57 years agoFavorite Answer
1. A painting of a very feminine and proper young lady sitting in a forest reading a book, with the faces of 5 of her favorite book characters swirling about her head. See these links: http://images2.fanpop.com/images/photos/6900000/Ai...
2. A painting of the same young lady (that would be a self-portrait of you) standing looking at a ball stuck in a tree contemplating how to get the ball out of the tree with images of a ladder, a bow and arrow, angel wings, etc. camouflaged or "hidden" in plain sight nearby.
http://rlv.zcache.com/alice_in_wonderland_cheshire... (Substitute a ball for the Cheshire cat.)
Artist and Designer, U.S.Source(s): http://photo.net/photodb/photo?photo_id=16630042 https://www.google.com/search?q=alice+in+wonderlan...
- 7 years ago
- The Charcter Mario running away from Chopper (The Big Circle Thing With Teeth) and hitting those blocks to obtain coins.
- One Ballerina dancing near the lake where the swan is at and the sun is setting, the sky is orange and pink.
- A baby climbing up a slide on a sunny day, you can add swings, monkey bars, trees, etc. To get the whole concept of the picture.
- A Kid mysteriously lost in the woods looking really sad and confused.
I Hope I Helped & Good Luck (:
- ARTmomLv 77 years ago
I have been working on a Day of the Dead commission and having a blast.