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graphite, white and black charcoal on Stonehenge 245gsm
model ref: M J Ranum
storm, violin, girl, playing, music, ink, ivory, sorina williams
just a holy moly WOW so evocative and haunting…love x
x ….thank you, Lisa! will upload a crop in a min. :)
– Sorina Williams
hey I was just collectig reference for a girl playing a cello.This is awesome!! did you use the powder on the clouds???such movement and detail. you are such a GREAT illustrator/ storyteller!!!!
Thank you so much, yvonca! xx I will check, I might have something with a cello.. if I find it I will let you know. Used powder on only on 1st layer and pencils next. Thanks again! Off to the framer’s, this is for an exhibition. BTW good luck on the weekend! hugs S
such a fantastic image of great beauty and poetry
thanks a lot, Tahnja :)
thanks, Bella :))
This is really fabulous…makes me want to conjur a storm on my violin!!!! I also really love the softness of charcoal juxtaposed against the detailed pencil work.
Thank you, Thea! I can’t play the violin, but wish I could conjure up a storm on one! Thanks a lot! :)
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Awesome creation Sorina!
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I am a bit tired and out of words, but I love this one, Sorina. There is so much energy and beautiful movement in it. You did such beautiful things with light on het body. The textures are so soft and touchable. Above all, I love the suble manner in which you leave earth as we know it for another reality. Gee, you should become an artist!
love the contorted energy of this piece especially the way the earth falls in around her feet as if the mountains are pillows if i had to be critical as a violin player my self the bow is resting too high up on the strings and shes not holding the bow correctly i know iam a pain in the ass but iam only saying this because it takes from the majesty of the rest of your drawing