Monday, May 29, 2006

Sylvia

Title: "Sylvia"
Medium: Graphite
Support: Med. Wt. Hot Press Illustration Board
Size: 2.5 x 3.5 inches (ACEO)
Date: October, 2005
Sylvia is one of my favorite portrait drawings. I really enjoy drawing wrinkled faces because it's a nice challenge. I love detail.
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16 comments:

Scott Tompsett II said...

Hey man just wanted to say that your drawings and painting is AWESOME!!! I hope that I can be able to put as much detail in my drawings and scratchboard. If you haven't tried it yet, you should I think you would be very good at it!

Scott Tompsett

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Sarah said...

I was searching for (story) illustrations for Luke 2:40 and was led to your website. I went through all of your archived folders and just love your work. You are a beautiful artist. I love your faces, bible story pictures, and landscapes. Is that everything? I look forward to your bible website.

chippamunkey said...

wow there great job!!!

Pati @-;-- said...

Awww... I love Sylvia's portrait! It's awesome. I like to draw wrickled faces too. This is one I made some years ago: http://defecito.com/2006/06/12/patricia-montero/

Marion said...

Great portrait!

studio lolo said...

Just beautiful! I hope I enter that age with as much grace.

erika said...

the detail in this is amazing. beautiful work!

Kaya said...

This is beautiful and I love her expression.

Michelle Lana said...

wow...amazing drawing!

Fabian Lemey said...

That's a great skill you've got there!

tusen said...

great portrait. she looks really beautiful.

Brine Blank said...

Exceptional...and what I find even better is the small size that you rendered this...

Jeannette said...

wow incredible pencil work

Stuart Wade said...

Very Nice. Not very flattering for her im sure, but it looks nice to me!

Gromit said...

Nice work! This could almost resemble a photo! People like you make artists like me a bit envious (in a nice way though)! ;-)