The process of line drawing became extremely interesting to me. I originally did not know where to begin, but as soon as I began to follow the outlines of the faces, I really enjoyed the project and connected with the process. The lines were able to give me the ability to really focus on certain aspects and decide what you want to make more or less prominent by changing up the length and the weight of the strokes. I chose to focus mainly on the outline of each person and the way that their hair flows rather than the entire image itself because I was more interested in defining their outline within the space.
Once again, I became stumped with the digital space at the beginning since I've always separated the two in my mind. I remembered how I focused mainly on silhouettes for the first part of the clothing and the scenery surrounding them rather than the outline itself. Using the negative space to define the people's position and style was a much more intensive process, but it allowed for more information about each individual to be put on display rather than having a focus on the general body shape. Overall, I really ended up enjoying the process of this project because it pushed me to try a new style of art and allowed me to explore a realm that I could use for another project in a new way and develop it further into something even more than it was before.