Roman Bust Study – Caracalla

Roman Bust Study – Caracalla

Artwork by Prudence Leung

Roman Bust Study – Caracalla

I still remember sun ray shining on the beautiful blond hair of my first nursery school teacher as she handed me my first ever box of crayons. In my little 3 years old’s mind, the box of crayons was the most amazing thing I’d ever seen. It was a beautiful and magical moment to me.

I have left my passion behind for a very long time and a social paint night about a month ago brought me back to creating art again, and I have been obsessed with improving my skills ever since.

Drawing Academy has an impressive dedication to passing on the old master’s draftsmanship. Artists do not have to draw realistically, and drawing is not the only way to express ourselves artistically. However, being able to draw realistically is a huge asset, and an important tool to depict the imaginary world for others to see.

I am also intrigued by the idea of learning the techniques old masters like Michelangelo and Leonardo Da Vinci used to draw.

I’d appreciate your comment on my drawing and please vote for me to help me win the drawing academy course.

Thank you!

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This Post Has 18 Comments

  1. Amanda Luo says:

    Hi Prudence,

    I like your drawing very much. Although I don’t know much about the Art, it’s impressive to me.

    Good luck.


  2. Helena says:

    WOW! I couldn’t believe my eyes at first. I felt like I was visiting an art museum! Your Artwork is very inspiring and amazing. Million thumbs up Prudence!!

    • Prudence says:

      Helena, Thank you for your praise but I still have lots of room for improvement. Hopefully I will win. Thanks again for your support. Love you!

  3. Bolivar Chagas says:

    Great! Your drawy shows lots of skill and effort on studying art. Amazing, well drawn. Congratulations, go ahead, never stop. God bless you!

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