For every line in Proverbs chapter 30, I’ve made a drawing. The series is creatively titled Proverbs 30 Art Series.
This drawing, A Servant Who Becomes King, is the 32nd of what will probably end up being 48 drawings in total.
It’s based on the first line of the following verse:
a servant who becomes king,
a godless fool who gets plenty to eat …
In this verse, the word “servant” is also often translated “slave.” I drew a weary, emaciated figure to imply low social status.
Name: A Servant Who Becomes King
Dimensions: 5″ x 7″—the size of a notecard
Materials: HB pencil on sketch paper
Series: The 32nd drawing in the Proverbs Art 30 Series
I often noodle around with a few concepts in my sketchbook before I start on the drawing. Here’s my initial scribbles that lead to the completed drawing.
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