Art Inspiration: Imagine The Impossible: Steampunk Woman 12  


    

‘The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance.’ Aristotle

‘Imagination is more important than knowledge.’ Albert Einstein

 

Inspiration and Imagination, something every artist needs and is elusive as an island of tranquility in a sea of chaos. Many people have told me that I inspire the children and people in general with what I do. Whether creating art, playing baseball or trying to improve my life, people say that I have inspired others to try new things and look inside themselves. I have always found this interesting because I get my inspiration from these very people.

A prime example is when I drew the staff at my school as cartoon characters or caricatures for their Christmas Cards. It took quit a while to create the caricatures but once the staff received them they loved the cards and caricatures. In the next few weeks I will be posting a few of the characters from the cards because these people inspired me to create these characters. Hopefully they can spur imagination and inspire others.

Steampunk Woman 12

The twelfth caricature is a wonderful teacher who always wears a smile and is a sweet heart to the core. She always has a nice thing to say and is the gentlest person I know. Therefore I wanted her caricature be a badass and show a different side of her then she wouldn’t normally show. I began with a corset-vest combination and then added a rolled up shirt that showed some cleavage. Instead of pants or a long skirt I drew her with a mini-skirt that showed a lot of leg. I then added the leather boots and two belts, one with bullets. Her hair comes down past her shoulders and then I put in goggles for an extra touch. However, instead of drawing her holding a gun or a rife I thought she would look tougher with a kick ass sword. I draw her with a sword that was more of a cross between a sword and an axe. The results were pretty badass.

She really enjoyed her caricature especially the tough look of the caricature and she loved the sword. I hope you enjoy the twelfth steampunk caricature from “Imagine the Impossible.”

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Art Inspiration: Imagine The Impossible: Steampunk Woman 11


 

‘The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance.’ Aristotle

‘Imagination is more important than knowledge.’ Albert Einstein

Inspiration and Imagination, something every artist needs and is elusive as an island of tranquility in a sea of chaos. Many people have told me that I inspire the children and people in general with what I do. Whether creating art, playing baseball or trying to improve my life, people say that I have inspired others to try new things and look inside themselves. I have always found this interesting because I get my inspiration from these very people.

A prime example is when I drew the staff at my school as cartoon characters or caricatures for their Christmas Cards. It took quit a while to create the caricatures but once the staff received them they loved the cards and caricatures. In the next few weeks I will be posting a few of the characters from the cards because these people inspired me to create these characters. Hopefully they can spur imagination and inspire others.

Steampunk Woman 11

The eleventh caricature is a wonderful teacher and a lovely person that thinks of the students in everything she does. She is a bit quiet but she is always there to lend a helping hand. I wanted to draw her caricature a little riské, therefore I began with a corset and instead of a blouse I added a sheer top to show off a little cleavage. I then added a short skirt that allowed the caricature to show off her stockings and garters. Then I drew in the knee-high leather boots and a side pack. I had her hair come down onto her shoulders but I added a lady’s hat with feathers for that elegant look. The one thing that was different then the other caricatures is that everyone had either a necklace or earrings that had one gear as a piece of jewelry. Yet with this caricature I drew in three on her necklace. This is because she was my secret Santa and it was part of a game I did when I game everyone the final portrait with everyone on it.

She really enjoyed her caricature especially the stockings; as did everyone else. I hope you enjoy the eleventh steampunk caricature from “Imagine the Impossible.”

 

Steampunk Woman 11

Art Inspiration: Imagine The Impossible: Steampunk Woman 10


‘The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance.’ Aristotle

‘Imagination is more important than knowledge.’ Albert Einstein

 

Inspiration and Imagination, something every artist needs and is elusive as an island of tranquility in a sea of chaos. Many people have told me that I inspire the children and people in general with what I do. Whether creating art, playing baseball or trying to improve my life, people say that I have inspired others to try new things and look inside themselves. I have always found this interesting because I get my inspiration from these very people.

A prime example is when I drew the staff at my school as cartoon characters or caricatures for their Christmas Cards. It took quit a while to create the caricatures but once the staff received them they loved the cards and caricatures. In the next few weeks I will be posting a few of the characters from the cards because these people inspired me to create these characters. Hopefully they can spur imagination and inspire others.

 

Steampunk Woman 10

The tenth caricature is a great teacher and a lovely person on top of everything else. The teacher cares deeply about the students and staff she works with as much as her own family. She is always thinking of others that I wanted to she her as a lady with a bit of spice on the side. I therefore began with a blue dress with a visible corset and a frilly skirt to match. I added the sheer top that showed a bit of cleavage and the thigh high stocks for that spicy side. I finished off the look with shoes and a top hat that matched the dress and of course she would not be complete without a sidearm, just incase you decide to mess with her.

She really enjoyed her caricature, as did many of the other staff, which liked the fact that her caricature was showing a lot of leg. I hope you enjoy the tenth steampunk caricature from “Imagine the Impossible.”

 

Steampunk Woman 10

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Art Inspiration: Imagine The Impossible: Steampunk Woman 09


 

‘The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance.’ Aristotle

‘Imagination is more important than knowledge.’ Albert Einstein

 

Inspiration and Imagination, something every artist needs and is elusive as an island of tranquility in a sea of chaos. Many people have told me that I inspire the children and people in general with what I do. Whether creating art, playing baseball or trying to improve my life, people say that I have inspired others to try new things and look inside themselves. I have always found this interesting because I get my inspiration from these very people.

A prime example is when I drew the staff at my school as cartoon characters or caricatures for their Christmas Cards. It took quit a while to create the caricatures but once the staff received them they loved the cards and caricatures. In the next few weeks I will be posting a few of the characters from the cards because these people inspired me to create these characters. Hopefully they can spur imagination and inspire others.

Steampunk Woman 09

The ninth caricature is a great teacher and one tough cookie. With this in mind I wanted to draw her caricature to reflect it. I began with a corset, a low-cut white blouse and I then added a ruffled skirt to show her feminine side. But then to toughen her up a bit I added the boots and leather greaves. She has longhair yet I added the top hat with the goggles for that tough look. To finish the look I gave her a large steampunk looking rifle with a lot of embellishments on this weapon in comparison to others I have drawn. She is leaning and in the final image she would be leaning on a couple of large crates, similar to the small crate she is stepping on.

She really enjoyed her caricature, as did many of the other staff. I hope you enjoy the ninth steampunk caricature from “Imagine the Impossible.”

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Art Inspiration: Imagine The Impossible: Steampunk Woman 08


‘The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance.’ Aristotle

‘Imagination is more important than knowledge.’ Albert Einstein

 

Inspiration and Imagination, something every artist needs and is elusive as an island of tranquility in a sea of chaos. Many people have told me that I inspire the children and people in general with what I do. Whether creating art, playing baseball or trying to improve my life, people say that I have inspired others to try new things and look inside themselves. I have always found this interesting because I get my inspiration from these very people.

A prime example is when I drew the staff at my school as cartoon characters or caricatures for their Christmas Cards. It took quit a while to create the caricatures but once the staff received them they loved the cards and caricatures. In the next few weeks I will be posting a few of the characters from the cards because these people inspired me to create these characters. Hopefully they can spur imagination and inspire others.

 

Steampunk Woman 08

The eighth caricature is a great teacher and friend. I’ve known this person some years and she is as tough as they get and for that reason I wanted her caricature to reflect it. I began be drawing her wearing pants, something women did not do during the Victorian era. I then added knee-high boots and a leather corset with a beige shirt underneath it. Her hair is usually up therefore I drew the caricature with this in mind but I also added the goggles. I added a couple of side bags and gave her a modified rifle with a scope to finish it off.

She really enjoyed her caricature, as did many of the other staff. I hope you enjoy the eighth steampunk caricature from “Imagine the Impossible.”

 

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Art Inspiration: Imagine The Impossible: Steampunk Woman 07


‘The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance.’ Aristotle

‘Imagination is more important than knowledge.’ Albert Einstein

Inspiration and Imagination, something every artist needs and is elusive as an island of tranquility in a sea of chaos. Many people have told me that I inspire the children and people in general with what I do. Whether creating art, playing baseball or trying to improve my life, people say that I have inspired others to try new things and look inside themselves. I have always found this interesting because I get my inspiration from these very people.

A prime example is when I drew the staff at my school as cartoon characters or caricatures for their Christmas Cards. It took quit a while to create the caricatures but once the staff received them they loved the cards and caricatures. In the next few weeks I will be posting a few of the characters from the cards because these people inspired me to create these characters. Hopefully they can spur imagination and inspire others.

Steampunk Woman 07

The seventh caricature is a great teacher and friend. I’ve known this person some years and she is a lot of fun to be with. I wanted to show this with her outfit. I began with the idea of a frilly dress similar to what a dancer would wear. I added the corset and then elbow length gloves. Her hair was more difficult because she had dark hair with blonde highlights. I had to create a new way of creating hair. Within Illustrator I create an art brush with the desired colour of hair and then drew/painted in the hair. After I added the hat, boots and the revolver to show that she is a lady but someone you don’t want to mess with.

She really enjoyed her caricature, especially the red dress and hair, as did many of the other staff. I hope you enjoy the seventh steampunk caricature from “Imagine the Impossible.”

Steampunk Woman 07

Art Inspiration: Imagine The Impossible: Steampunk Woman 06


‘The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance.’ Aristotle

‘Imagination is more important than knowledge.’ Albert Einstein

Inspiration and Imagination, something every artist needs and is elusive as an island of tranquility in a sea of chaos. Many people have told me that I inspire the children and people in general with what I do. Whether creating art, playing baseball or trying to improve my life, people say that I have inspired others to try new things and look inside themselves. I have always found this interesting because I get my inspiration from these very people.

A prime example is when I drew the staff at my school as cartoon characters or caricatures for their Christmas Cards. It took quit a while to create the caricatures but once the staff received them they loved the cards and caricatures. In the next few weeks I will be posting a few of the characters from the cards because these people inspired me to create these characters. Hopefully they can spur imagination and inspire others.

 

Steampunk Woman 06

The sixth caricature is a great mom, teacher and friend. I’ve known this person for many years and I wanted to show that she is not someone to mess with. I started with a short sleeve shirt with a corset but then I added the dagger on the sleeve. I had her in a pair of pants to show that she doesn’t conform to what society says to do. I drew in a pair of repeating pistols that are very similar to Han Solo’s gun from Star Wars. I then drew in the gun belt, goggles and pouch but the big thing was her hair. She once had dreadlocks and I wanted to draw her with dreads. It was a bit of a challenge but in the end I liked the end result.

She really enjoyed her caricature, especially the dreadlocks, as did many of the other staff. I hope you enjoy the sixth steampunk caricature from “Imagine the Impossible.”

Steampunk Woman 06

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