I need a very simple sketch of male and female costumes that would've been used during the 'Hamlet' era. It can be done in colored pencils, stencils, etc. It MUST be done by hand on a sheet of paper and then scanned into a computer as an image.
This should be a very simple project; extensive detail is not required. It needs to be a general sketch of the costumes; buttons, patterns, faces, etc aren't needed. An experienced artist should be able to complete it in a matter of minutes.
You can find a general idea of what you should be aiming for by following this link: [url removed, login to view]
Bear in mind that the level of detail in these examples is not necessary (the face and shading is not required). I am NOT particular about how you want to execute this. It should simply be in the vein of what I am proposing. Colors, and other related details are up to you. Again, this is a very quick job, most of which is up to the author... as long as the deliverables consist of male and female costumes from the 'Hamlet' era, I will be happy.
Thanks for looking.
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