Aaaaah it's done! XD For the first time ever not 1 but 2 people in 1 drawing so it took twice the time XD. I'm happy with how it came out although Uma's hair needed some more love but I had to upload this now cause of the contest deadline. Also I tried to do skin texture for the first time ever, and I'm happy with how it came out for a first try Needless to say Bill's face was a PAIN to draw >.> But I do love how it came out And I really like Uma's face too I think it's my best so far I upped the levels in ps to make it look more like the original. That's all I have to say, enjoy and comment if it's not too much trouble Tools: A4 printer paper, HB, 2B, 3B, 8B pencils, charcoal pencil, eraser, kneaded eraser, blending stump
First thing tomorrow I'll start checking my inbox, I was real busy the last days so I didn't really look at any deviations but I'll get to them
My next drawing will be Lana Del Ray if anyone cares to know
Viggo Mortensen as Aragorn in Lord of the Rings trilogy... I used A3 paper for this, 0.5, 0.7, HB and 4B pencils with kneaded eraser. It took me around 23 hours. Howard Shore's epic soundtrack was of great help I hope you will enjoy it, cheers...!
This is Clara and the Doctor from Doctor Who and one nasty baddie and his nasty snowman from hell. I really enjoyed the Christmas special... so here is my tribute! This is also another addition to my Obsessions 100 Themes Challenge - 'Insanity'.
I was beginning to think I might NEVER finish this one. Definitely the most time I've ever spent on a drawing. It took between 27 and 30 hours. That said, I have to say that I'm quite happy with this one - it turned out mostly the way I had hoped it would. If I had it to do again, I think I might have drawn it on larger paper to be able to get the maximum amount of detail in.
I drew this on A4 bristol paper using 5H through to 8B graphite pencils, along with Q-tips, blending stumps, a kneaded eraser and my brand spankin' new 'Perfection 7056 Faber Castell' pink eraser in pencil form... I quite enjoyed using it!
As much as I wanted to draw him as Legolas, I still haven't found just the right reference photo(s) yet, and I even had a hard time finding one as himself that was good angle/lighting/resolution. No lie-- 2 whole hours went into searching through images alone.
Originally I thought it was just a plain black suit, but when I adjusted the curves to see some more definition in the hair, magically the stripes popped up!
By the way, I started making my works available for download in higher res than what displays on the page. I went back and made it available for many of my featured pieces as well, so you might want to check them out!
5x7" on bristol paper Graphite Pencils HB, 3H Charcoal Pencils HB, 2B, 3B, 4B Black Fine-tip Sharpie (eyes only) White Gel Pen (eyes only) Tortillon Kneaded Eraser