Striking art! Great details!
I love the detail in the fur, this is stunning!
amazing! is it all done in graphite. no charcoal?
Wow I really like it how you drew the hairs!
I like that you just kept the background a simple black so as not to distract from the lioness. Also, keeping the plants in the foreground helped show that she's going somewhere and not just floating in space.
You have to be kidding; critique his at work? I can barely draw stick figures! This is so amazing! Words are superfluous.
hats off man..its really looks so good ...i wsh i could learn 4m u smday...
say...about how long does it take you for such a drawing? its fabulous!!! the amount of detail is absolutely jaw dropping!
Hey, Thanks. It took me 40 hours, more or less
The fur and the musculature are amazing...but her eyes...they're piercing and real...such a wonderful piece!
wow...an amazing piece of art once again!!!
wait this isnt a B&W picture? MAN you're good
This is wonderful!! You captured her beautifully and the texture of her fur is perfect.
Gorgeous! You picked simply enchanting ref pic and executed it so so well! I love this. If I was her prey I'd be doomed.
Yes, I think so: beautiful and terrible predator cat Thank you very much
I know it takes years of practice to be able to draw/sketch this well, for me its been hell just to make a tree look good. Your drawing is truly wonderful. You know she see's you. Thanks for sharing.
I'm so amazed... looks soo realistic! Like a black and white picture!
Excellent line. I'm impressed!
Es una groceria lo hermoso que es tu trabajo, en verdad. I just had to express that in Spanish, basically, I could say your work is so beautiful, it's offensive haha!
Well. I'm italian and I understand spanish because, you know, is a little similar to my language. Thanks a lot for the kind words in both languages
Hehe, yes, our languages are very similar, though our cultures are quite different, haha! So, my fear would be that the context in which I expressed myself in my tongue may be misinterpreted. But I can tell that did not happen hehe
I have a colleague at my school, where I study for my Bachelor's degree in ELT, whom is Italian! His name is Luca Balducci. He's quite the character
Stupendo come sempre!!! Bravissimo Franco!
A beautiful piece with great depth and expression. I also love the framing and depth of field you have captured.