Notecard Hatshepsut

Notecard HatshepsutSomeone on DeviantArt was telling me about these special art trading cards (called ATC or ACEO) which are 2.5 x 3.5-inch cards which you draw on and sell. When I first heard about the concept, I was skeptical that I could squeeze in half-decent art in such a small size, but nonetheless I decided to practice this kind of small-scale drawing on an old notecard. At 3 x 5 inches in dimension, this notecard is larger than the ATCs described to me, but I was pleasantly surprised at how this turned out despite the tiny canvas.

Anyway, this is of course Hatshepsut, the most famous of ancient Egypt’s small number of female rulers.

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