Smarter Every Day | Artist Portfolio Submission
- Batsnail | art by Abigail Church
Thank you for taking the time to view my portfolio. On this page you will have the opportunity to view many samples of my work. Everything from portraiture, cards, architectural drawings, and even Pysanky. I do all of my work by hand using a variety of methods and media. Some examples would be Bristol and watercolor paper, graphite pencils, alcohol markers, colored pencils, and an iPad and Apple Pencil (using the app "Procreate"). Please feel free to contact me for any art projects in the future. Thank you!
(...please scroll down this page to view my work, some individual pieces are shown first and at the bottom you will find a photo grid with a variety of samples).
The following image was a project assigned to me during an art class. This was hand drawn on 11” by 14” Bristol, using pencils and markers.
This image was created on my iPad Pro with an Apple Pencil. It was requested by my uncle and depicts him with his girlfriend in caricature form.
The piece below was hand drawn on 9” by 9” Bristol with gray-tone markers. It was a project to demonstrate depth and perspective.
The image below is a sample of my Pysanky work, creating artistic Ukrainian egg designs. This festive egg is made by drawing with beeswax and dipping into different dyes.
The following image is an example of my portraiture work. It was based off of a photograph and drawn on 11” by 14” Bristol with a mechanical pencil.
The image below was created on my iPad Pro using an Apple Pencil, it was my first digital cartoon portrait.
This image is a hand drawn portrait of two friends on their wedding day, based off of a photograph from the wedding. It was created as a gift and presented to them after their honeymoon. This was hand drawn on 11” by 14” Bristol with a mechanical pencil and then photographed.
Below is a scene created by hand on card stock with a technical pen and watercolor pencils.
The image below is a portrait of Maleficent drawn as a birthday gift to a friend. It was hand drawn on 11” by 14” Bristol with pencil, marker, and a white gel pen.
The following image is a sample of my card work, it was hand drawn on card stock and gifted on a birthday. It was drawn with pens and markers.
The following image is a hand drawn self-portrait on 9” by 12” Bristol and drawn with a mechanical pencil.
Below is a sampling of various other types of work I've done in no specific order.