I really wanted to finish this one today!! I want to draw more portraits xD and since I had to take rest, I thought it's a good plan to draw all day long <3
This drawing is a challenge for the #Draw-Along group, it's a drawing group with a twist, monthly there's a new reference which everybody is gonna draw if you want to. This time there was an extra twist, to draw a black and white picture in colour!! I immidiatly had an idea, and started right away ^^
Tools: mechanical pencil HB, Faber Castell Colourpencils, kneaded eraser, mirror, sharpner Paper: Hanhemuhle Bamboo paper A4 Reference: Yes! a beautiful reference by *miss-mosh Time spend: Around 35-40 hours
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My Friend RyanO was going to give me a painting for my birthday, very nice. But we decided it would be better to do a collaboration piece instead. So he did the background and I painted over the top. I'll probably give it back to him and let him put some more paint over the top so it feels a bit more cohesive.
~Original Sold~ A new piece Bear Back Rider. Spray paint and acrylic on 11x14in canvas. Original sketch by Mike Spike
Made this for the annual We HeArt Bikes fundraiser show for The Reno Bike Project. April 6 at 6 at Holland Project.
RBP NEWS — The Reno Bike Project (RBP) hosts a fundraising art show every year to celebrate art and bike culture in the Truckee Meadows. This year, the show will be at the Holland Project at 140 Vesta Street in Reno on April 6 starting with a reception at 6pm. Live music, food and drinks will be provided at this family friendly event. This is one of RBP’s most anticipated events of the year. Last year over 80 local and regional artists contributed over 100 pieces of art. Artwork is sold and a percentage of the proceeds benefit the Reno Bike Project. “It’s always a fun time whenever we can mix bikes and art,” said RBP Executive Director, Noah Silverman. “Each year we get to showcase some of the best artists in the community who create art specifically for this event.” Artists must submit their work by March 29 and can do so by dropping it off at the shop or mailing it to 541 E. Fourth Street Reno, NV 89512. For more information visit www.renobikeproject.com or www.facebook.com/renobikeproject.
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