My finished transcription piece- Pablo Picasso Woman at the window

Yesterday we were given all day to complete are A1 transcription piece. Here is a photo graph taken of my transcription piece

For this piece, I was unsure about what media to use as the piece I had chosen was a print and I felt like from the previous print I had done of Picasso work didn’t give the finish I wanted. I eventually came to the discussion that I was going to mix using oil pastels, chalk, charcoal, white paint, off white paint and pencil…

To begin with I painted the A1 piece of paper with the off white and white paint to create an oldish looking effect to the paper. I decided to do a rough sketch up on the paper the outline of my idea (my dad drawn from three different angles.) I then went in with oil pastels to create the thick black lines the same style as Picasso used in the pieces blending the off white background and the black oil pastels with chalk it got rid of the sharpness of the white, I saw how blending these two materials together revealed a ribbed texture of the paper which was a nice surprised, still keeping peeks of white beaming through the black like what was done in Picasso’s pieces. After adding the black,grey and white I felt like something was missing… before creating the A1 pieces I created three mini versions of the pieces each slightly different from the each other. I tested colour with the three ‘mini versions’ of the A1 pieces and i liked the bold red colour i used but i felt it would have been slightly to extreme to create the full A1 in red. I thought the splash of red colour was the thing i was missing in the pieces, adding the red to the main points of the pieces.  I’m pretty with the outcome of the pieces, I maybe should have add more to the background due to the way i feel like it’s missing something, I’m going to consider this and maybe i will continue to develop this in the near future.

I asked my dad what his view of the pieces was and he just smiled and laughed so I take that as he liked it 🙂

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