So I was really taken by one of the most pristine places in the world. The Erin ijesha falls in Nigeria. I tried to capture it in all its beauty in my art. I subtly blended a lot of colors in this, I also used a wide variety of brushes.
This artwork is for an African awareness campaign. It also reflects my feelings about my continent. Its based on the misconceptions some folks have about Africa. The woman holding her child is suffering and impoverished, which is the concept many have about Africa, but her reflection is happy and well fed which is the reality of many Africans. Most Africans don’t live half naked in huts and trees. They are intelligent, well fed, well clothed and well housed people. I went with wide tipped brushes to give the artwork a realistic look.
This is a fashion illustration for simply Victoria couture. Its a frame design for Nigerian ankara print designs, I tried to capture the models physique and gait. I also used a gold texture to represent gold Ankara print..
Used some crayons here. I tried to illustrate something depicting the inner demons of a man. The little evil in him which he struggles to overcome and subdue. This was a basic illustration, so I used a set of colored pencils and crayons. Plus of was fun to do..
With this artwork I tried to capture the nature and atmosphere of another planet. I used colors that were distinct from each other, but not too far in the color spectrum with the aim of giving the artwork a serene, but otherworldly feeling.
I did this for a curb racism campaign. This really took me a while, I went for a white woman and a black kid. I also wanted to give the artwork a motherly atmosphere so I went with warm colours..
So I made a graphic for an article on academic focus. I went really cartoonish for this. And I thought the spartan helmet would be really cool.