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  • Re: Portrait Drawing Tutorial

    Hi, Petra! I'm not sure how I missed your question, I'm so sorry for my delayed response! That is such a great question. It would be challenging to complete a face that you only had half a reference for, but not impossible. You would have to construct the other half using principles of head construction...
    Posted to Portraiture by Marina415 on 26 Mar 2015
  • Feedback on drawing of women's faces

    Hi everyone, I am a very unexperienced as a drawer, and have now made an attempt at drawing myself and my girlfriend. I would appreciate it aI lot if I could get some feedback on the drawing. Does the faces look asymmetrical and awkward? Do the fabric of the clothing look natural? Any constructive criticism...
    Posted to Beginners by acire.s on 22 Mar 2015
  • portraits and caricatures by terrance credle

    Posted to Portraiture by credle215 on 6 Mar 2015
  • I am painting pet portraits

    Hi. I am new here. This is my first post. I have been reading a lot about how artists need to take many steps to promote themselves and make waves. I hope this is one of those steps. I painted my friends dog around new years. They loved it and immediately wanted to buy it for their home even though I...
    Posted to Acrylic by Toblerusse on 26 Feb 2015
  • Portrait Art By Terrance Credle

    Posted to Portraiture by credle215 on 10 Feb 2015
  • Buffalo Rider by K Henderson

    Buffalo Rider , 14" x 11", oil on linen I've painted a series of 1880's Cowboys. This Cowboy wears the hat, vest, scarf and scarf slide typical of that time in the American West Available See more of my Western Art and American Indian paintings on My Blog http://khendersonart2.blogspot...
    Posted to Member Gallery by K. Henderson on 22 May 2014
    Filed under: portrait, painting, realism, cowboy, Cowboy hat, southwestern art, K Henderson, American west
  • "NF1"

    "NF1" 12" x 9" watercolor, 3-25-2014 Watercolor experiment.
    Posted to Member Gallery by Charlie Gunn on 8 Apr 2014
    Filed under: watercolor, portrait, nude, woman, women, Portraits, Charlie Gunn, American Artist.
  • A Quiet Girl, Mixed media

    Graphite, finished digitally.
    Posted to Member Gallery by Richard Hollowood on 19 Dec 2012
    Filed under: drawing, portrait, graphite, mixed media, digital, girl, traditional
  • Buckie

    12.5 x 15 3-8 Acrylic on white paper 5-28-2010. One of our two rescued Basset hounds.
    Posted to Member Gallery by Charlie Gunn on 4 Aug 2012
    Filed under: acrylic, portrait, animal, dog, animals, American Artist, Portraits, dogs, Charlie Gunn
  • Portrait Painting

    The Misses Vickers by John Singer Sargent, oil on canvas, 54.25 x 72.01. Portraiture is the genre of painting in which the likeness of a sitter or model is depicted by the artist. Historically, portrait paintings were often commissioned by the well-to-do or powerful, but artists will also create portrait...
    Posted to Topics by JSimonds on 16 Mar 2012
    Filed under: Portrait, portrait painting, portraiture, oil portraits, how to paint a portrait, portrait artists, portrait art
  • "They Call Me Jamaica" 28" x 40" Charcoal on Board

    This is my first attempt using charcoal. I have always been a graphite pencil artist only. www.graphitepencilartist.com
    Posted to Member Gallery by John D. Herz on 27 Nov 2010
    Filed under: portrait, charcoal, charcoal pencil, black & white drawing, charcoal drawing, black and white drawing
  • Plumb Line (art)

    This step-by-step demonstration of drawing proportions shows how using a plumb line can help keep lines at the right angles. Plumb lines in art In art, plumb lines are undeviating vertical lines used as a reference when determining alignment. They are often used in drawing the human figure. This can...
    Posted to Glossary by admin on 23 Sep 2009
    Filed under: drawing, drawing techniques, portrait
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