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Trust

By Tammara
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I'll move this to scraps later. This was from years ago for my husband for fathers day. (Newly found and scanned)It's his hands and my youngest sons when he was 4 years old. (My son is now 16) It's not very good but charcoal has never been my best medium. I think I had more black on my face than on the paper. I just like showing the different stages I've gone through. This stage is the stage where I was very poor and used pencils I found in a bag someone threw away. (I don't dig in dumpsters I promise) Just proves I will always do my art even if I have to scratch it on a cave wall. Maybe sometimes we just shouldn't huh?:rofl:

Done with charcoal pencil.

Two Pairs Of Hands     One pair of hands are large and the other small.  One pair sets inside the other.  They look the same, but yet they are different.  Their movements seem to intertwine with the contentment shared.  The strength and endurance held between the two is as binding as steel.  The love and trust held within is as pure as the light falling from the sun.  Two pairs of hands, one belongs to the father and the other one to his son.     Written By:  Hillbilly Girl  November 25, 2010
Wonderful poem written by Penny. :iconhillbillygirl:
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BelovedImmortal's avatar
Being a father, this pic and words hit deeply.
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Being a father, it hits me hard.  Especially since God brought her to us.  She was brought to us with divine intervention.  Thank you for bringing us a pic we will always treasure.
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Thank you very much.
Debraw61's avatar
wish I could buy this print
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creativemikeyProfessional Photographer
beautiful
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:aww:
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Art-By-Mel-DAProfessional Digital Artist
That's just one of those things, you cherish and pass down from father to son.
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Yes it is.:love:
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PatrickKillianProfessional General Artist
=)
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Beautiful image & poem
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Thank you.:love:
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You are welcome
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DragonsChestProfessional Writer
Wonderful my friend... :hug:
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Thank you very much.:glomp:
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DragonsChestProfessional Writer
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CyteaHobbyist Traditional Artist
awwww this is cute:)
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Thank you.:heart:
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CyteaHobbyist Traditional Artist
your welcome:)
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CassiopeiaArtProfessional Digital Artist
I actually love this one because the concept of it is so heart warming and the shadows and light is so very well placed. It is lovely!! Even if you had more charcoal in your face than on the paper like you said, you still got down enough of it to create a beautiful memory :hug:
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You should have seen my kids trying to help me get all the charcoal off of my face before my husband got home! (It was a surprise) It was so funny, I even had some in my ear.:rofl:
Thank you
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CassiopeiaArtProfessional Digital Artist
:giggle: That is just too precious, what a wonderful memory!! IN the ear? :rofl:
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