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More clothing than usually, and no blending (not as usually); looks kinda different. I quite like the style now. It looks a bit rougher - but I wanted something special :)

Size: A4
Tools: HB, B and 3B pencils mostly, kneaded eraser
Time: no idea, around 20 hours (as usually)
Thanks to Joanna :iconkeijunlilja: for the (unintended) idea for the title ;) (go check out her gallery, you're likely to find something eye-pleasing!)

(ehm, go parenthesis, go...)
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VeVe-350Z's avatar
Veľmi pekný portrét, aj štýl akým si ho pojednal. Super! :)
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imclod|Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Ďakujem pekne :)
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Amarevia|Hobbyist Digital Artist
I love how you did the hair. And I'm not a very big fan of blending everything on a pencil drawing. I think this turned out especially well with the texture the pencil marks give. Great job! :clap:
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imclod|Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you very very much :) I don't mind blending, but I like to try out different things now and then; I wouldn't like to get fixed in one style currently.
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fafybloom's avatar
thats very good OwO I like her hat~ >w<
good job! :D
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imclod|Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you :)
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Triluna's avatar
You know I like this one already ;)
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imclod|Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I do, thank you Mike :)
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Triluna's avatar
you're welcome mate
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SvdK92|Hobbyist Traditional Artist
:O
Very awesome!
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imclod|Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you :)
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SvdK92|Hobbyist Traditional Artist
:D
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JoannaMoory's avatar
:D Tonttulakki it is, then!

:+fav:
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imclod|Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you :hug:
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TeSzu|Professional General Artist
Good job :) Look very nice ;)
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imclod|Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks :)
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Tigress66|Student Traditional Artist
Turned out awesome,I personally like a drawing to look like a drawing,with texture and pencil marks.It makes it more interesting.
Beautiful!
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imclod|Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you very much :)
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Bastiensburg's avatar
super to vyzera...
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imclod|Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Vďaka :) Začínam byť spokojný s tým, čo kreslím :D
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nirnaet|Hobbyist Artist
Sweety smiley! Very good drawing, bravo!
But maybe, if the background was a little darker, her figure will jutting out.

ps: I'm sorry if the last verb it's not proper to the sentence. I still learn the English.
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imclod|Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks :)
Darker overall? I was thinking about darkening of just the left side, to heighten the cap - background contrast.
By the way - I couldn't decide what kind of background to draw - just one flat color, or some gradient or something. Do you think other style of background would suit it better?

ps: I'm not a native english speaker neither. I think you can also say "will be sticking out more". But I understand what you mean :)
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nirnaet|Hobbyist Artist
:bulletred: Do you think other style of background would suit it better?

:bulletgreen: Now when you ask - maybe if the background was a texture, it will suit better. Bricks or something else. I think that, because when you put something in front of relief background, it's immediately sticking out more. =]

For example, like in this photo - [link]
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imclod|Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I see, so some kind of pattern. That could work; I'll think about it when I start a new drawing for myself. Thanks for your opinion :)
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