Before There Were Murals
3rd Jan 2012Posted in: Blog 0
Before There Were Murals

Before I was a muralist and fine artist I used to draw a lot; it was my select way of passing the school day.  One of my preferred subjects was anything with sharp teeth (which unfortunately is something I seldom get asked to do a mural of).  I drew this T-rex in college and I think it still holds up to scrutiny.  I would of course approach it differently now, but that is just because my style has changed.  It’s nice to look back and see drawing as a foundation for the work I do now as a muralist and fine artist.  I’ve been planning on filming some drawing tutorials to post on this blog in the next couple of weeks, so stay tuned to Chicago Muralist.

If you like this post, please share.   And if you have a Google+ account, it helps me immensely if you click on the blue +1 icon down below; this site is new and needs a little help with the Google rankings 😉

About Eulojio Ortega

Eulojio Ortega has painted hundreds of murals and commissioned artwork since 2003 and is available for travel anywhere. Connect with him on Google+

Related Posts

Leave a Reply