FINALLY DONE. it may not seem like much, but i spent more than 10 hours on this drawing, and it's the longest i've ever spend on a drawing. but i'm so happy i drew this! the reference picture is from the lovely and here is the reference picture: [link]
done with 3B, 4B, 6B and 8B pencils, tissues, eraser stick, kneaded eraser, blending stick and strathmore smooth bristol board
This picture is from: [link] from ~larafairie-stock I didn't draw it exactly like the reference to try out something a bit different And I'm so happy because I just bought new vellum paper that I never tried before and I love the effect Hope you like it! Material: -Strathmore 300 series Bristol Board (vellum) -2B mechanical pencil -3B, 5B and 7B pencils -kneaded eraser -tissues and blending stump
graphite drawing from this amazing close up she's really georgous, and so drawable too.....! on schoeller smooth 50 x 35 paper. graphite mechanical pencils 2H to 2B. graphite traditional faber castell pencils 2H to 6B. graphite staedler mars lumograph 8B (amazingly black) about 20 hours (i guess......) i felt in love with the subject too, so i wasn't in rush to finish it... the photo isn't , once again, as good as i'd like it to be, i took about 50 photos with different lights and adjustments of the camera to choose the best one........ some shadows and details are not clearly visible here... however, i'm satisfied with the original... thanks for watching ...... every comment is always welcome!
wet dreams....... graphite drawing of the amazing model amiee rickards's shot :thumb142920097: by the talented professional photographer the model is stunning and the shot is perfect! the drawing is not a scan but a photo i took... the original drawing is better, some shades and details of the skin are not clearly visible on the picture however, this photo is the best i could take... graphite regular pencils 2H to 8B, mechanical pencils 2H to 2B. Schoeller 160gr, 60x42 cm smooth surface paper. 35-40 happy hours... thanks for looking and commenting... !
drawing of this beautiful shot cowgirlcait.deviantart.com/art… , by the artist-model cowgirlcait.deviantart.com/. freckles are the secret of her irresistible beauty.....and it was very interesting and fun drawing it...! Graphite drawing on smooth bristol 43x35cm. 2H to 8B, 25 Hours... thanks for viewing and don't forget, any comment is always welcome...
I saw this picture of a girl with hot peper in her mouth. Then I thought, "That's a perfect with some smoke." Just becase I wanted to draw smoke, I went through the trouble of making this fun piece. Hope you like this "Smokin' Hot" drawing.
I would like to demonstrate smoke within a light background and also in a darker background. I did it.
"Empty your mind. Be formless, shapeless, like water. If you put water into a cup, it becomes the cup. If you put water into a bottle, it becomes the bottle. If you put water into teapot, it becomes the teapot. Water can flow, or it can crash. Be water, my friend." - Bruce Lee
Tools used on 8X10 vellum paper: Mechanical pencil, compressed charcoal, uni-ball white gel pen, kneaded eraser, toilet paper and cutips to blend. Like most of my drawings, this too was completed under 5 hours.
I read that Naomi Watts is set to play Marilyn Monroe in Andrew Dominik’s movie “Blonde” to be released in 2012. Taking inspiration from that, I referenced two different images for this particular drawing.
A3 charcoal sketch of the wonderful Nicholas Brendan as Xander Harris from the TV series Buffy the Vampire Slayer. This was drawn for a friend to take to a convention and get autographed by Nicholas (as you can see, the photo is taken before the signature), and I think it came out pretty good. This was my first attempt using cotton balls to blend the charcoal in the shadowed areas (usually I use tissue paper), and I LOVE how it worked. MUCH easier to get the right tones. Anyway, hope you like it.
This is a portrait of fellow deviant artist: *reeh0, done from her avatar pic and used with her permission. Charcoal on A3, with a bit of graphite used to complete the shading. She's a stunningly beautiful girl, and a very talented artist in her own right, and it was great to be able to draw her. Be sure to check out her work here and tell her how awesome she is: [link] Enjoy.
A3 charcoal sketch of the beautiful Manca Pavli, a dancer and teacher of Tribal style belly-dance and oriental dance. I've been looking for some nice dancers to draw and paint, and the Tribal Fusion style really caught my eye. I love the jewelery and the costumes...they're so intricate, and this provided a great challenge for me to stretch my talents. All the lace was a pain, but worth the effort. I'd like to try drawing some of the other dancers soon.
Hope I've done justice to her beauty, and that you like my work. Here's the link for the original: [link]