K Ryan Henisey's digital sketchbook can be seen on Instagram @kryanhenisey.
My digital portraits were rendered from photographs. I sketched them on my iPad, using the Sketches application and a stylus. The mixture of bright colors and variety of face made this a favorite part of my art practice.
As part of my regular practice, I randomly selected followers or solicited volunteers to render in digital fine art portraits. I love how appreciative my fellow instagrammers were when I surprise them with a sketch. It's like an instalottery.
But what if you want a portrait now? Just drop me a line and we can work something out. These digital portraits are designed to be accessible, starting at social sharing sizes for $35 each. Each is unique—just like you.
The first series focused on gay men, the second on all people who identify on within the Queer alphabet, and the final collection on Trans Men. Each series included at least 100 drawings.
I identify as a queer man and focus much of my fine art on LGBT and Social Justice themes. One of my favorite things about the portrait project is the diversity of faces I encountered. All persons who come with love are welcome here.
Follow me on Instagram to keep up with the digital sketchbook, new portraits, fine art, and upcoming exhibitions. Be sure to say hello or ask a question in the comments. And who knows? You could be a piece of art too.