Monday, March 12, 2012

spring forward


Today at my life drawing class I used a 6B pencil and a Doodle Newsprint Pad which comes in fun colours... like pink!
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22 comments:

  1. Your lines are lively , whatever the medium!

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  2. This image conveys so much feeling. Well done!
    Stay inspired!

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  3. Nora! You did an incredible job with this portrait...I love it!

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  4. Nora! You did an incredible job with this portrait...I love it!

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  5. Un magnifique portrait... J'aime son regard profond et lointain à la fois...
    gros bisous

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  6. Have no idea how I missed this one, but am glad I found it cause it is wonderful. I really like the you take things further, exploring stuff and push yourself outside your comfort zone. Well done.

    Happy painting

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  7. Its a lovely portrait, and a fantastic result in just twenty minutes.

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  8. A stunning portrait Nora! Just beautiful!!!

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  9. wow-you are so talented...and relaxed!

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  10. Wonderful mark making. You really prove what an ordinary pencil can do!

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  11. Stunning...looks effortless!

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  12. What a wonderful portrait Nora, you have such a unique and beautiful style!

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  13. Ciao Nora, I like as you paint and draw portraits. I have to try and try to be satisfied but I think it will be my first work in the future.
    I like yours very much, you have a big ability and you find interesting faces to paint.
    This one is beatiful and the pink colour give a particular taste.
    Ciao, a presto, Floriana

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  14. Well you know by everyone who got here first that this is a wonderful portrait. I think so too. You see the different skin tone areas a lot clearer than I do.

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  15. Wonderful drawing! And thanks for visiting my blog.

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  16. wonderful sketch...
    i would like to see the magic you do with watercolor on this sketch also...

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  17. Wow, as usual)). How long did you draw it? Amazing result.

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  18. Wonderful portrait of a difficult position. The head tilted up slightly is one that has stumped me.

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  19. Gorgeous, strong - love the angle.

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