Pen and ink portrait study
pen, portrait study, and ink
Your style is beyond words I can find! Wonderful!
Thank you so much Pamela.
– Richard Tuvey
amazing drawing..so well done..wonderful!
Thank you Catherine, always nice to read your comments.
Hans Schenck, a direct descendent in the lineage of Amadeus Mozart. Hans is known by his famous Harmonica and spoon symphonies in the Black Forest.Again, wonderful technique and mood here. Excellent work!
Not bad at all, very close. I tend to think however that this is Wolfgang Snackhoffer ( alias Percy Micklewhite ) professional milkman and avid collector of rubber wellington boots.
I love that! What fun.
classic hatching well done to the max
Hello my friend, nice to hear from you. I really like your painting of the red headed lady!.
yes- i got a lot of remarks on her—-she was inspired by a matisse cut out- but changed so, much, that the insperation-can barely be seen-
Good morning Zefira, I am glad you like my drawing.
I do like the way you have drawn this fellow. What do you soppose he is looking at?
I am glad you like my drawing Izzybeth. I think he is looking at the bill I handed him for drawing his portrait!,haha.
This is great. I like how all the features of the face gravitate towards the right hand corner. The contrasts in light and shade make for a dramatic image. I like it.
Thank you very much Andrea, this is one of my own favourites.