My Artwork: Drawings (3)!

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Today’s post will be about a hidden talent of mine which was drawing. Ever since then, being an amateur artist, I would always keep a goal to draw every month or so and leverage my drawing skills as much as possible. For those of you who haven’t viewed my previous drawing posts, I portrayed some of my Indian Bride drawings & Drawings (2) in my artwork category of my blog. I started my own collection of drawings called creativedrawing15.

Here are some of my other drawings that I’ve been working on in my free time:

 

 

Hope you guys liked them all and enjoyed this post! I’ve started my Fall 2 course and seems like I will prob be pretty hectic for the next 6 weeks so will be blogging less 😦 I will def try to keep up with posts though ❤

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My Indian Bride / Dancer Drawings

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A few years ago, I realized that I had a hidden talent which was drawing. I started out drawing simple flower designs in my notebook and gradually increased the complexity of my drawings. Since I come from an Indian heritage, I love the Indian culture and how Indian girls look gorgeous in their authentic, classy bridal dresses or how the Indian Classical Dancers look mesmerizing in those gold plated jewelry sets wearing those colorful elegant dance costumes. Since I’m not a bride yet haha but hopefully soon & I’m a classically trained Indian Bharathanatyam Dancer for 12 years, the Indian traditional styles influenced me to learn how to draw the details & intricacies of the Indian fashion of brides/dancers. Here are few of my drawings:

indian-bride-drawingindian-classical-dancerindian-bride-drawing-copyimg_7217

I’ve add these as well as my other drawings into a collection called CreativeDrawing! Feel free to follow @creativedrawing15 on Instagram if you like my drawings🙂

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My Drawings (2)

Hey everyone!

So, for the past few years, I unraveled a hidden talent of mine which was drawing. Ever since then, I would always keep a goal to draw every week and leverage my drawing skills as much as possible. For those of you who haven’t view my blog, I portrayed some of my Indian Bride drawings in my artwork category of my blog. I started my own collection of drawings called creativedrawing15.

Here are some of my other drawings that I’ve been working on:

Minion DrawingPanda DrawingTom & Jerry

It’s been a while since I have drawn something due to the hectic life of being a Masters student but hopefully will posting more soon this summer break. I really hope y’all enjoy my drawings and feedback regarding my drawings (what you guys think) would be very appreciated! 🙂

xoxo,

thebeyoutifulgal

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My Indian Bride / Dancer Drawings

A few years ago, I realized that I had a hidden talent which was drawing. I started out drawing simple flower designs in my notebook and gradually increased the complexity of my drawings. Since I come from an Indian heritage, I love the Indian culture and how Indian girls look gorgeous in their authentic, classy bridal dresses or how the Indian Classical Dancers look mesmerizing in those gold plated jewelry sets wearing those colorful elegant dance costumes. Since I’m not a bride yet haha but hopefully soon & I’m a classically trained Indian Bharathanatyam Dancer for 12 years, the Indian traditional styles influenced me to learn how to draw the details & intricacies of the Indian fashion of brides/dancers. Here are few of my drawings:

Indian Bride DrawingIndian Classical DancerIndian Bride Drawing copyIMG_7217

I’ve add these as well as my other drawings into a collection called CreativeDrawing! Feel free to follow @creativedrawing15 on Instagram if you like my drawings🙂