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50.0x50.0 cm
Mechanical pencils 0,35 - В; 0,5 - В, 2В; graphite pencil 8B

Photo by ~DeviousClown - [link]
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40,0x60,0 cm
Mechanical pencils 0,35 - В; 0,5 - В, 2В; 8B
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WIP2 - [link]
28.0x40.0 cm
Mechanical pencils 0,35 - В; 0,5 - В, 2В; 8B
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ORIGINAL FOR SALE

A3, pencils (H, 2B, 5B, 8B) on paper, eraser
2 weeks (about 40-45 hours, I don't know exactly)

WIP: fav.me/d3aw78o
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ORIGINAL FOR SALE

A4 (smooth paper), pencils (H, 2B, 8B), kneaded eraser

WIP: fav.me/d3e9kwh fav.me/d3f3ozs
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ORIGINAL FOR SALE

A4 (smooth paper), pencils (H, 2B, 8B), kneaded eraser

25-30 hours

WIP: fav.me/d3h5yfm fav.me/d3hramm fav.me/d3ipvfl fav.me/d3jtdov
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Charcoal on canvas, 120 x 100 cm (47" x 40")


EDIT: Rephotographed the drawing. Still not perfect but closer to the original I think.

And thanks all so much for all your comments and kind words!
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Charcoal on canvas, 39.4" x 55.1" (100 x 140 cm)

I started this a while ago (see some WIP images on my blog: [link]) but put it aside for some other projects.
To answer the usually most asked question: I think I worked on it 2 days in September and now completed it in 5 days, so that makes 7 days total.

Thanks for your attention! :)
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Pencil on paper, 13.3" x 13.3" (34 cm x 34 cm)

A small drawing for a change. I used Hahnemuehle "Nostalgie" Sketch paper because I needed a bit smoother paper for this size than I usually use.

EDIT: Thank you all so much for your comments! :)
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Finally it's finished :) It was hard to draw all the water, even harder than drawing hair, but I'm happy with the result.

=akaLilith inspired me to start this picture. Because of her great work, like this one, I decided to meet the challenge and draw water.

Previous steps can be found here.

Tools: Pencils from H to 8B, eraser, tortillons, tissues, patience
Duration: don't ask, I've no idea
Size: approx. 21 cm X 29 cm

The girl is the german model Hana Nitsche.
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What's this? No WIP? Well, I didn't make any WIPs, because I will use this picture for my skin tutorial so many people asked me about :) It's lots of work but I hope in the end you'll be happy with the result.

UPDATE: Now you can find the tutorial here.

Some facts about this drawing:
It's actor Sam Worthington, who played Jake Sully in Avatar or Marcus Wright in Terminator Salvation. I mostly decided to draw this picture, because it's perfect for my tutorial.

size: 27,5 X 18 cm
tools: you'll see in my tutorial
duration: don't know, some weeks

Enjoy!
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I wanted to draw my other picture 'longing' first, but it has been so much trouble I decided to take a break for a while.

This is an indian actress named 'Kajol'. To be honest I've never watched a movie with her, but I just loved the reference picture and had to draw it :) Unfortunately it was very blurry, so it wasn't easy to get the details right.

tools: pencils from B to 5B, Tortillon, eraser pencils
size: 25 cm X 18 cm
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'' The world's my oyster''
Finally I gave up on this work for now. The skin and cloth texture are yet to be finished. I gave my best 18hours on it. As far as I know, I can just go on working on the details. I will be posting a final version of this drawing later on next year.

pencil on paper.
size-28x30cm
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paper- canson rough textured
pencils- Staedtler wooden cased-6h,2h,hb,2b,6b
2b mechanical pencil form Rotering
kendable eraser
cotton, stumps, non dust eraser
approx. time-25-28hours
Finally its done and framed..and set for my personal collection. this being done I'm all set to move to charcoal and pastels..
I hope you all enjoyed your time watching this..:) :D
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After a short break i came back to portrait drawing..its the little girl's eyes which gave me the spark to do this one.Am always thankful to my amazing photographer friend Thomas for allowing me to use one of his beautiful photos to do this one.[link]
used a rough handmade paper
tool- H,HB, 2b,2H and a 6B pencil
thank you all for your time. comments are always appreciated and valued very much. :)
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pencil drawing

on A4 paper
pencil 4H - 4B
about 30 hours

I saw some deviants in this photo, very impressive,
and I 'd like to try it!
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pencil drawing

on A4 paper
pencil 4H - 4B
white gel pen
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pencil drawing

on A4 paper
pencil 4H - 5B
white gel pen
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Portrait of Catherine Deneuve, bristol paper, 27*27.4cm, nearly 30h, graphite pencils (2H to 8B).

A French actress. I don't really know her, I saw her several times in different movies but she always was older. Though, I admire her beauty and I find this photo quite nice.

Second portrait on bristol, I don't find it as comfortable as the other paper I use for blond hair, but still excellent for the work of the skin (shadows).

The WIP is available here : [link]
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Portrait of Davy Jones, A3, bristol paper, 25x33cm, graphite pencils (2H to 8B), nearly 15h.

Just love tentacles :D
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Portrait of Vincent Cassel, A3 on bristol paper, graphite pencils (2H to 8B), nearly 20-25h.

For a friend :)
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Graphite drawing of the actress.
Mostly: 5B, 7B, HB and H.
Smooth, white sketch paper

:faint:This took forever! I find it much harder to draw girls than boys.
This will probably be the last celebrity I draw for a while. I have this idea for a graphic novel that I want to illustrate in my style and I have to start sometime.
:iconloveblueplz:



EDIT 26/04/2013
Sooo a troll trying to prove I faked this made the most AWESOME gif that shows the drawing is real:
I really love this thing: [link]
I've been staring at it for ages being critical about where I should've worked harder!
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:iconbeauroseplz:I am super happy with my drawing!:iconbeauroseplz:
I don't say that very often but this time it's 100% true.

Except: I can't begin to describe my frustration due to the eternal scanning dilemma. I wish I could pass it around so everyone could see the finer shading and fuzzy finish of the original drawing. Psh, whatever.

I would like to say a BIG thank you to :iconfuzzyyak: for allowing me to use one of his amazing photo's as reference for my drawing. I hope I did it justice.


This will be my entry for :iconbrickred1:'s contest "Opposites Attract"

Drawn with watercolor pencils (I don't paint with them)
on A3 cartridge paper.
:iconshinyheartplz:

:heart::iconloveorangeplz::heart:I won!!!:iconmeawplz:
Another Thank You to *BrickRed1!!!

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:bored: This took forever to do but is was worth the effort!:iconheartorangeplz:

I don't want to talk about the mission it was or the amount of times I had to scan this before it eventually (almost) looked like the actual drawing.
You'd think I'd learn and stop combining graphite and aquarelle pencils? But no...
It is currently too contrasty and the colours too saturated but I give up. I want a new scanner! A3 preferably...so Santa better save up this coming year.

Another thing I regret is not choosing an image of the actor where he looks...well...more like himself. I liked this one because of the variety of textures (and the fact that he looks more manly and less like a boy).

So this is the bad dude from "Vampire Diaries"...still haven't watched any of it.

:iconloveorangeplz:I'm entering this drawing in *Egil21's portrait contest::iconloveorangeplz:
[link]

PS
:iconlovegoldplz::star:I won this competition!!!:star::iconlovegoldplz:
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“Daniela”

Técnica:
Grafito (para medios tonos y fondo)
Carboncillo
Lápiz de color (o puntillas) blanco y negro (-Polychromos- de Faber-Castell)
Tinta blanca y negra (Staedtler, aplicada con estilografo)

Papel Canson Mi-Teintes Gris (160g)
60x48 cm / 23.6x18.8 pulg.
Sobre 150 Horas
Modelo: Mi sobrina Daniela
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Technique:
Graphite (for halftone and background)
Charcoal
Black and White color pencil (-Polychromos- of Faber-Castell )
Black and white Ink (Staedtler, applied with stylograph)

Gray paper Canson Mi-Teintes (160g)
60x48 cm / 23.6x18.8 in.
About 150 Hours
Model: My niece

You can see details and a W.I.P. here: [link]
©2012
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I saw the movie Mr. and Mrs. smith last week, I love that movie and I thought by myself angelina is so beautiful why didnt I draw her yet? So now I drew her.:D

I also made wip video, I have the link on my profile page [link]

Its exactly one year ago that I started realistic drawing, cant believe how time flies.. XD I learned a lot this year but I still have to learn a lot. I'm still testing out new techniques, I cant seem to be happy with the result of my drawings... I always think, next time Im gonna draw much better. I always try to improve myself and hopefully one day I will be happy with the result of my drawings:D.

I used
- B, 3B and 9B pencils
- tissues
- Kneaded eraser
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My drawing of CAPTAIN Jack Sparrow:heart:

Made with colour pencils.

I loveeeee Jack Sparrow. He is a big inspiration for me. You can't imagine how excited I am for the new pirates movie!!!!! The first moment that I saw Jack when I was 10 I immediately loved him. He always makes me happy! I really hope that johnny will see this one day! My dream is to one day meet Jack Sparrow and give this drawing to him. Haha that's ofcourse never going to happen but I keep dreaming... :D

I have to say that this was the most diffecult drawing that I ever drew in my life. I never spend so much time on a drawing... I learned a lot from it so I can use that for my upcoming fantasy drawings. I did this drawing twice, I had some problems with the first so I decided to start all over again. (I gave an artistic touch to my first drawing of him, I have that one also in my gallery)
I will upload a close-up of this drawing soon.

There was a lot of patience needed but all done with love!

Jack Sparrow: 'Now bring me that horizon!'

Hope you like it! :hug:

tools: Colourpencils, white pastell, kneaded eraser, tisuess
time: 50+ hours (Don't know exactly but it was A LOT!)
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I wanted to draw shoes for a while and it's almost one year ago that I did my first and last kitty drawing. So now I finally did the shoes.. with a kittyyyyy! :D

I used: B, 3b and 9B pencil, kneaded eraser and some tissues

Hope you like it!:heart:


Refrence: [link]
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