August 25- 27
Harbourfront Centre

Carol Tai

I’m Carol Tai! When we were drawing our self-portraits, each of us was looking at ourselves in the mirror. Our teacher guided us during the creative process and suggested that we could incorporate imagination or small doodles into the artwork. It didn’t have to be an exact likeness of ourselves; we could draw ourselves as animals or anime characters, for example. After sketching the outline, we could add elements like dots, lines, and shapes to enrich the composition. Even the hair and facial features could be adorned with lines and patterns. I found this approach to be very creative and it allowed for a personal style. The final result was truly unique, and I’m really happy and satisfied with it.

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