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It's a bad picture but I just finished my marilyn monroe painting! :)

20in x 30in oil, acrylic, and melted crayons :D

the canvas was textured with tissue paper before adding the crayons or painting.
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Minimal drawing of Marilyn Monroe:)

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Staedtler Mars Lumograph pencils on Extra Smooth Bristol.

Inspired by IleanaHunter
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"I just want to be wonderful." -Marilyn Monroe


Full view to see details..
Used: Mechanical Pencils, napkins for blending, white gel pen, kneaded eraser
Time spent: Around 3-4 hours?
Done on a bristol board.

I hope that you like it, and thanks so much for viewing! :heart:

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another Marilyn :)
2b, 6b pencil
hope you like it :D
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my first painting of her :) , i love her song!!
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Pencil portrait of Marilyn Monroe. Done with 2B mechanical pencil, kneaded eraser and blending stump. Some touching up with normal 2B pencil. Took about 4 hours.

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Marilyn Monroe Minimal Portrait.

Mechanical and Faber Castell Pencils.
Eraser for highlights.
Blending stumps, tissues and fingers for shading.
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I Hope all of you like it..
The ideas in my gallery made by me 2012 amro0.deviantart.com
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while browsing through internet i saw this fantastic picture of her, the cover for marie claire spain, immedietly decide to paint this..it took 3 hours to finish
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Portrait of Marilyn Monroe.
This is a drawing made with pencils watercolors and oil pastels on paper.
To draw this picture I was inspired to the photographic cover of the book "Film-Star Portraits of the fifties" Edited and with an introduction by John Kobal.

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