Aug 11, 2009

Gennine Z


Gennine Zlatkis asked if I could do her portrait. Uppercase magazine is doing a feature on her. Being such an interesting artist, she was fun to draw. I tried to incorporate some of the work she does into it. I did it at work in a moleskine notebook because it was all I had available. So there was extensive retouching to get rid of the spine. Somehow I managed to accomplish it.

12 comments:

john woolley said...

Hey T.Kane,
How did you get the spine out of the image in the moleskine? John Woolley

john woolley said...

Hi I just have one more question, what size did you make your pictures to fit on your blog. I just started a blog and my pictures keep coming up in half. I ned to have a blog 101 to get me started. John

Geninne said...

Thank you for the lovely green eyes ;)

Jassy Lupa said...

Super good!

kane said...

Through hard work in photoshop.

kane said...

when you pull your photo into blogger, look at the html code. In there will be a height and a length. completely delete the height, number and all. Then just change the number of the length to a larger size. any size you like.

kate b. said...

ooh what a lovely portrait!

Latifah Shay said...

Beautiful portrait! I am inspired by your work - thanks for sharing.

girl*in*gear studio said...

Wow, this is a great drawing. Love the composition and I especially love her eyes! They are very vivid and beautiful.

joseph's art and stuff said...

sweet eyes, great work... again!

kane said...

Geninne has great eyes.

Kwil said...

love how colorful and fresh your work seems!