Art is one of the ways to express one’s feelings and thoughts through the work created which can be in a variety of forms, such as the Wedha’s Pop Art Portrait (WPAP) art that is to be discussed in detail in this article.
Wedha’s Pop Art Portrait (WPAP) is a portraying art founded by an Indonesian artist Wedha Abdul Rasyid in the 1980s and has become one of Indonesia’s most popular portraying art ever since. It has gained popularity because it combines pop art elements and traditional drawings to produce a unique, protruding picture in classic and modern nuances.
The WPAP’s main character is the firm lines to form both face and body and the use of contrast, bright colors showing unique, protruding displays on the WPAP picture, making it an easily noticeable portraying art.
Wedha’s Pop Art Portrait (WPAP) making techniques consist of several steps.
Such technique requires details and an excellent drawing skill. As a result, only people with excellent drawing expertise can create a WPAP art well.
In addition, the typical WPAP picture making techniques can be differentiated from the other ones with the following characters.
In brief, Wedha’s Pop Art Portrait (WPAP) art is a unique, protruding art internationally accepted as one of the most interesting, impressive portraying art due to its uniqueness and beauty.
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