This is a charcoal drawing of Gillian Anderson from the X-files...without a doubt, one of the most beautiful women in the world.
This is 10x14 and is done with black and white charcoal pencils on a granite charcoal paper.
Okay this is a [craptacular] drawing of Miyavi that I promised to ~kagerou00 AGES ago >_<;;;
I'm slow xD. That's what school does to ya.
*cough* No I'm not happy with it. But I just don't have time with the school year ending ( already omg -______-;; ) and exams coming. It's still an okay drawing though... O_o ... I guess.. >.> ..........<.<....... sure.
Loosely based on an existing Meev pic, but rather different and lacking any good expression.. _o_
Colourized in PSP because I'm a colour freak if you haven't noticed.. xD
-edit: just fixing it... something was off- ... X3
Yay, I finished something. This was done for for being my 6000th visitor, he was specific on what he wanted, I hope I did well! I spent quite some ime on this, but I don't know how long... It wasn't really hard, its just that the shirt was time consuming. The longer I spent working on it, the more I want a shirt like that in real life, ha ha.
This a small experimental drawing which I`ve drawn quite long ago...
Note:This piece of work is about 75mm by 107mm, therefore I`m not able to increase the detail (the her eyes is rather small, look at it in full view and u might see the pupils of her eyes) and the border is done by using a eraser and a ruler therefore it looks cheesy.
Thanks ~feanne, for the peom below:
I'm a little white moth and I die of hunger
With every quiet look outside,
I'm saying that my eyes are praying
for seeing nothing anymore.
~*Peering through the wire mesh wall of her cubicle, a young Vietnamese, whose parents hold refugee status, awaits passage to a free life in the West. This was out of a National Geographic magazine. It is ebony pencil on 8.5 by 11 inches on sketch paper..in my sketch book.... approximately four and a half hours of work went into this one. The hands were truly wonderful to sketch....hope you can enjoy it as much as I did*~
This is based on what is probably my favorite photograph of Audrey Hepburn, photographer unknown. I love how the eyes are just aglow with life, the profile is stunning and graceful, and just how pristine and sophisticated she looks. Her neck is so graceful too, and this photograph shows it.
This is like my fourth drawing of this photo, and each time it gets better. It was my third drawing, then my first color drawing, then I did it again when I was better with colors and then I did it again just to get the preportions right. They could still use massive improvements, but in the meantime, I'm okay with it. Afterall, what is more comforting than to be able to improve? Drawings like this one allow me that satisfaction later on.