Wednesday, 22 February 2012

Packaging 2

This is the other chocolate packaging-and I chose this one before I even looked what kind of chocolate it was. It was very tasty-a cinamon flavoured white chocolate. I used coloursoft pencils to draw my face. It is interesting to copy another style of drawing a face-I do tend to often do the same thing. I like the way this artist did the mouth and also the pink nose and cheeks really do work to make it look like a little slightly cold and windswept baby. I only noticed the little cute animals on the yellow top when I was drawing it.

9 comments:

Linda Sue said...

OH Sarah this is so dear! What a brilliant idea- I bought a chocolate bar from the Russian shop because of the wrapper, the chocolate was dismal but i have kept the wrapper- I think that I will try to do what you have done- Clever you!

Leenie said...

That's one benefit of drawing pictures of things. It forces us to look at details and really appreciate the essence of the subject. Nice work.

nana_ang_poppaphil said...

I love what you have done with this, and what you have seen.

White Chocolate too..yum my favourite.

Kat Mortensen said...

You are tormenting me, Sarah! I've given up chocolate for Lent. Oops, shouldn't be saying that as it's in keeping with the hypocrites (so says the Bible) and negates the effort.

Oh well! Post something about liver or anchovies, won't you?

Tracy said...

Very sweet... and very fun your re-creation of packaging, Sarah--an intriguing project! Will you be doing more? mmm...cinamon flavoured white chocolate... I've have some of that. ;o) Happy Day ((HUGS))

Carole said...

I would have chosen this package also! Who could resist such lovely packaging? Your baby is as cute as pie!

A.Smith said...

Actually it may have been an idea born of seeing a baby coming out from the cold, the chubby cheeks and the button nose all frosted by the cold air, and the adorable look as if "I need a hug and some chocolate now".

You did an splendid job at reproducing the image, and isn't funny how at "first wash" we often miss some details that, at least in my case, I have a hard time imagining how I could have possibly missed before? Lovely.

Lori Saul said...

Oh I love your drawing -you have added a warm and a bit of a 'Knowing' expression to him- absolutely delightful Sarah. So good to hear from you!

Lori

Queenie Believe said...

I've been away from blogland dealing with an insane workload this past couple of weeks. You have been doing some wonderful art!! I really like this wee one. Your rendering has way more personality... Wonderful!
Have a great day!
Always, Queenie