I was trying to draw a guy’s face by using my image. I used a whole lot of details found in my face to create this one. I wonder if my husband will look like this! According to Berit Brogaard’s article “Are We Attracted to People Who Look Like Us?“, we get attracted to people who look like ourselves or opposite-sex parents.
Well! Enjoy the drawing and suspense as you think, “Who is Arzoo going to marry?”
CJ Werleman is a Journalist, Author, Political Commentator, and Activist. He has provided valuable insight into America’s war on terrorism; and, conflicts that are taking place in Israel, Palestine, Kashmir, India, Chechnyna, Germany, Burma, and Syria. He is the host of Channel The Rage.
Yesterday, I drew this picture by using one of my pics. I was very sleepy when I completed this drawing; but, the results are interesting. Apparently, you can draw a different face if you were to work on your face a bit differently.
Mohamed El Baradei is an Egyptian diplomat who was awarded the Nobel Peace Price in 2005. He won this recognition for attempting to prevent nuclear energy from being used in military operations.
CNN provides the following facts about El Baradei: He began his career in 1964 as an Egyptian Diplomatic Service. In 1984, he became the Legal Advisor for the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). In 2013, he gave up his position as the Vice President of Foreign Relations so that he may be able to protest the police response to anti-government demonstrators.
I have drawn three female faces and three male faces so far. I have found out that I am finding it hard to draw female faces; but, the guys’ features are very easy for me to capture. When I was drawing female faces, I thought that my mind was being compelled to create errors. No matter how many times I erased and redrew, I still ended up making mistakes. Today, I thought about this and googled the concept “hard to draw female faces”. I found out that this is actually a phenomenon. Read “On the Difficulty of Drawing Women’s Faces” on Illustration Art. People find female faces more difficult to draw than male faces. I am glad that I can do plenty of things that fall under regular, average behaviour.
My mom introduced me to Dame Barbara Cartland’s Regency Romance novels when I turned 16 years old. Dame Barbara Cartland is not only a British Royal but also a well-known author whose name is in the Guinness Book of World Record.
This celebrity drawing is based on the image here. I have studied several other images of hers; and, thus this drawing seems a bit different than the image used.
Its great that I can draw this well with absolutely no real formal training. The only drawings I learned were up till grade 5; and, those were limited to fruits, vegetables, abstract images, and animals.