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This is a commissioned drawing Daler & Rowney 220gm drawing paper Size A3 range of pencil’s and charcoal
dog, portrait, pencil, charcoal, face, realism, drawinglynnhughes
The more I learn, the more I realise how little I know.
thank you Monique
– Lynn Hughes
Congratulations: September 8, 2011Back In Black
thank you so much Thomas
SEPTEMBER 21st 2011
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thank you Mary
Beautiful drawing, Lynn, you’ve captured the intense character of this dog so well!!!
thank you Pam
Outstanding Lynn, love your work.
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thank you Marie
This is really good! How did you make the whitish hairs so clearly and sharply? eraser? scratching? I need to do that with people’s hair…
Hi Katherine first I apologize for the delay in replying to your question ,been away for a while.Thank you for your lovely comment.I make these white marks by using Embossing Tools they come in different size rounded tips You can use them to make an impressed mark in the paper before pencil is applied over the indentation leaving it white, great for hair or fur .This was ideal for Dave, he is an old dog and this method really worked for his grey hairYou can buy them in any good art and craft store or on Amazon, Hope this Helps. Regards Lynn