It's been awhile since I started this drawing, and it's been a lot of work with her hair and shirt ........ But here it is!!...... I had to crop the image on both sides, because I couldn't draw it whole. I have to thank this great photographer that allowed me to use this image to be drawn. Thank you very much dear Tina.
Real Size: A4 Tools: Mechanical pencil Pilot Super Grip 0,5 mm Time: Mostly cloudy with gusty wind. All comments are
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This in a portrait of this beautiful Model, illustrator and creator , whom I thank your help and I sincerely hope she likes the end result. This has been a really complicated portrait, but in the end I have been quite pleased with it. One of the most challenging aspects of this work has been her dress, which has been a real headache . But honestly, this was one of the challenges of this portrait. As Kennedy said: "We choose to go to the moon in this decade ... not because it is easy, but because it is hard" Well, I can not say I've gone to the moon, but it has taken me so long as if I had been there.
Real size: A4 Tools: Mechanical pencil Pilot Super grip 0.5 mm. All comments are and........ Thanks for look with both eyes , because with only one it looks worse!!!
In Greek mythology, Iphigenia (Greek Ίφιγένεια Iphigeneia, 'hardy woman') was a daughter of King Agamemnon and Queen Clytemnestra. It is sometimes considered a daughter of Theseus and Helen raised by Agamemnon and Clytemnestra. Artemis punished Agamemnon after he killed a sacred deer in a sacred grove and boasted he was a better hunter. On his way to Troy to participate in the Trojan War, Agamemnon's ships were suddenly motionless as Artemis stopped the wind in Aulis. A soothsayer named Calchas revealed an oracle according to which the only way to appease Artemis was to sacrifice Iphigenia, daughter of Agamemnon. By some accounts, he did so, but most studies suggest that Artemis replaced her at the last moment by a deer or a doe and then transported to Tauricia, on Crimea, where the became in his priestess and had the mission of killing foreigners as offerings to the goddess. Iphigenia is known by the Greek mythological sources from the VII-VI centuries a. C. and so closely identified with Artemis, which some researchers believe it was originally a rival hunting goddess whose cult was subsumed by Artemis.
* THE MODEL.
This is my little tribute to this beautiful woman whom I admire and respect deeply. Will be because of her slim figure? Will be because of her great personality? Will be because of her beautiful eyes? Or maybe will it be for her enigmatic name? IPHIGENIA, to pronounce his name evokes all the magic and mysticism of the Greek Goods. In any case, this woman has something that makes it special, enigmatic and very attractive, a goddess among mortals, who could not escape my pencil. With this drawing I hope I have done justice to her beauty and charisma. And if not............that the Gods forgive me!! A curious fact, I must say that the buckle of his belt was a draconian work, I spend 6 hours and its execution.
Real Size: A4
Tools: Pilot Supergrip 0,5 mm pencil, as always!
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Thanks to the television series "X Files" we discovered the actress Gillian Anderson in possibly the most famous role of her career as Dana Scully. We got this picture through the production Tv. and we thought it was a good opportunity to draw it.
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