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Convent of Christ. The Order of the Temple. Templars. Portugal. Tomarfreehand ink sketch directly on paper/canvas by Tereza Del Pilar...
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Thank you so much for your kind visit:) I wish you enjoy my art as much as I did creating it.All the Best,Tereza:)Copyright © .All the materials contained may not be Reproduced, Copied, Edited, Published, Transmitted or Uploaded, in Any Way, without my consent.All Rights Reserved.
Wonderful detail Tereza. I enjoyed studying the work so much. Your inspiration must have been amazing in person.
Hi Donna:)) thank you very much for your insight:) Everything has a painting, it is so detailed and beautiful on location.
– terezadelpilar~ art & architecture
Remarkable piece of art!!!! Superb!
Thank you so much dear John for your outstanding support:)))
Thank you so much Penny:)))
Beautiful intricate drawing, Tereza
Thank you so much dear Shulie:)))
Beautiful drawing my friend ! Hugs
THANKS MY FRIEND:)))
This is beautifully drawn Tereza!!!!! Great detail in this excellent piece!!!! Bill
thank you so very much dear Bill for the kind words my friend:)))
FANTASTIC WORK !
thank you sweetie:)))))) xoxo
I was going to comment on the perspective distortion which we photographers sometimes try hard to remove when it’s caused by a wide-angle lens – but that’s presumably how it actually looked to the beholder so it’s how it should be. Impressive – impressive detail. You must have been busy for hours…
Thank you so very much Mark:)))) I love the distortion in photos and I actually draw this one from a photo I took. To see it straight we would have to be around 20 mts away from the subject, but in reality our eyes see things in perspective. Only drawings to build from have to be drawn with parallel lines to be measured on site.
Beautifully rendered, lovely detail and perspective!
thank you so much dear friend Angie for your fantastic support:)))