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Marilyn Monroe
Official sketch card from the 2007 "Shaw Family Archives" set (Breygent Marketing)

2.5" x 3.5"
- Graphite
- Ink
- Marker
- Colored Pencil
- White Paint (highlights)
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Pastel and blender brushes in Painter11
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pencils : 2h hb b 2b 3b 4b 6b 8b
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An ACEO/PSC portrait of Hollywood screen goddess Marilyn Monroe. Personal Sketch Card, 2 X 3 inches (63 X 89mm), graphite & oil pastel on Bristol board. Original card up for auction on Ebay until Wednesday 28 December - [link]
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An ACEO/PSC miniature portrait of Marilyn Monroe. Personal Sketch Card, 2 X 3 inches (63 X 89mm), graphite, Derwent pencils, Promarkers & oil pastel on Bristol board.
Original card for sale on Ebay until Tuesday 5 February - [link]
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Drawn using Photoshop CS6
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The Marilyn Monroe drawing I am making for my dad for christmas! :-)
drawn on plain paper and with mechanical pencils /8B pencil

I will make better uploads as I progress! :)

here's the finished one ! [link]
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Painting size 19" x 23" acrylic on canvas (1996).
The amazing Marilyn....

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this artwork was stolen in 2002 in a artgallery.
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Someone (you know who you are) suggested I do a graphite portrait of Marilyn Monroe, and here it is. **Sighs** The hair and the pearls where the hardest thing to draw and shade, but I'm pleased on how it turned out. It took me well over four days to complete and it was done on Vellum Bristol Paper. I used 2B and HB Mechanical pencils for the drawing, for the lighter areas like the skin- I used Derwant's drawing pencils. Tortillions, Q-tips and my very own fingers were used for the shading.
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9X12
Colored pencil on Stonehenge paper

:drop: Ugh! What a lousy photo! I promise that the real drawing looks much better than this!

**This is my second attempt concerning this portrait. The first was a couple of years back on black artagain paper.....it was a total disaster! I am much happier with this version and the background came out better than I thought.

**colored pencil was blended with odorless mineral spirits....my new best friend.
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