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Final image for D&AD Little White Lies competition 2012 brief. I decided to paint the main character George Smiley using greyish-green watercolour because it reflects the colour palette (greens, greys, taupes and browns) and the serious nature of the film. I then drew on top of the watercolour while wet using water soluble graphite and waited until dry to draw some other finer details using a B pencil.Final image for D&AD Little White Lies competition 2012 brief. I decided to paint the main character George Smiley using greyish-green watercolour because it reflects the colour palette (greens, greys, taupes and browns) and the serious nature of the film. I then drew on top of the watercolour while wet using water soluble graphite and waited until dry to draw some other finer details using a B pencil.

Final image for D&AD Little White Lies competition 2012 brief. I decided to paint the main character George Smiley using greyish-green watercolour because it reflects the colour palette (greens, greys, taupes and browns) and the serious nature of the film. I then drew on top of the watercolour while wet using water soluble graphite and waited until dry to draw some other finer details using a B pencil.



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