Ibn Battuta (Cover), Mohamed Taaeb محمد تاعب (2D)


#1

Title: Ibn Battuta (Cover)
Name: Mohamed Taaeb محمد تاعب
Country: Egypt
Software: Painter

Ibn Battuta (Cover)
This piece is one of series drawings for historical figures for Egyptian children magazine, I focused to demonstrate the features of confidence and wisdom in this character, Although it was a historical themes, I imagine a location does not exist and the clothes inspired from Tuareg tribes (inhabitants of the Saharan of North Africa).

Ibn Battuta (1304:1377) born in Morocco, he was judge and historian also best known as a traveler and explorer, whose account documents his travels and excursions over a period of almost thirty years, covering some 73,000 miles, These journeys extending from North Africa, West Africa, Southern Europe and Eastern Europe in the West, to the Middle East, Indian subcontinent, Central Asia, Southeast Asia and China in the East.

Full version http://www.taaeb.com/topicbody.php?categ=Illustration&topicid=36

hope you like it and your comments are welcome.


#2

Great work taaeb, love the colour palette and attention to details…Fantastic…:wink:


#3

Thanks Prithvi for your kind words.


#4

Brilliant!! Congrats! :applause:


#5

Hi Jose,
Thanks for your nice comment.


#6

good work my friend!with great detail.
cheers.heri


#7

Hi heri,
Thanks for your interesting.


#8

Hello neighbor :beer:
really good work. the ornaments are fantastic. all the small details, the coloring and the soft oil like brushes is wonderful.
How did you built all the shapes and ornaments at the bg?


#9

Wonderful! Congrats on the series! Looking forward to seeing them all.


#10

Thanks Kenny for your comment, I will post all series as soon as possible.


#11

I admire the attention you gave at the turban’s folds as well as your color choices in the “white” areas of the turban.
Great work!


#12

Thanks Kenny for your comment, I will post all series as soon as possible.


#13

Thanks Costas for you kind words.


#14

Vow…the eyes…I feel the thought of …


#15

Amazing work! I like the different, beautiful shades of blue and detailed realization. Congrats!


#16

Very good work :thumbsup:


#17

I really like your use of colors.


#18

Hi Taeeb,congratulations!!you did a great job!!:applause:


#19

you should get an award man ! amazing amazing amazing …can say anything!
to the front page , best of luck man :buttrock:


#20

just great