2-D Design: final project

It’s been ages since I’ve updated- apologies!  I tend to post when I have new work to show, but I haven’t been doing anything worth putting in my portfolio.  I am taking a summer course in 2-D design right now, my last class as an undergraduate student.  It’s actually a prerequisite for all the other studio art courses but I never took it, and now I’m stuck going back…  The class itself is fine, but it’s definitely back-to-bases.  We’ve done a lot of studies but no actual pieces yet.  However, for the final project I’m working on a series of 6 images that I hope to hang in the apartment when they’re done.  I’m using brush-and-ink to mimic the traditional Korean painting style from the Joseun (조선) period. All six are images of women in 한복, traditional Korean clothing for women.  I’m drawing the elaborate hairstyles and everything!  For the gowns I’m using patterned scrap-booking paper to create the look of fancy fabric.  For now I only have the drawing portion done, but I’ll get some scans up when I’ve made some headway.