Paper Planes: France Pt. 2

For my final post, I decided to continue working with my France photos. As everyone knows, the Mona Lisa is one of the most famous paintings in the entire world, and I had the opportunity to view it in all its glory at the Louvre! However, it was pretty hard to get a good look at it, since there were so many people crowding in front of it trying to take a picture. To capture the experience of trying to see the Mona Lisa up close, I drew up a teenage tourist who, instead of trying to struggle through the crowd to appreciate the painting, resorted to taking a quick selfie with Mona.

The original photograph of the Mona Lisa and the original illustration of the boy before editing.

Here is the final edit!

PS: Try to find the hidden Mona!

Teenage tourists love taking selfies with Renaissance art!