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  • IN SHADOW # 3

    "In Shadow/DC" - graphite and pastel on paper. 9x12
    Posted to Drawing by Eddie Torres on 14 Aug 2013
  • Re: IN SHADOW # 2

    I used Canson pastel paper. This particular piece i began with pastel first, then graphite, then back to pastel. Thank you!
    Posted to Drawing by Eddie Torres on 14 Aug 2013
  • "PASSED MY LIPS" (C) 2011 JON HUL (Color pencil study drawing.)

    "Passed My Lips" is a new color pencil study-drawing rendered on Canson paper, measuring 11" X 14" (horizontal). My intention of making this study-drawing is that of one main reason... it is the most important feature of Marilyn Monroe's facial structure. Besides her bedroom eyes...
    Posted to Member Gallery by Jon Hul on 8 Jan 2011
    Filed under: realism, Pencil Drawing, photo-realism, study drawing, Color Pencil drawings, pencils, Marilyn Monroe, Portrature Drawing, Portrait Art
  • Bourbon Pour

    I wish I had used different paper. This one had too much tooth.But overall I'm happy with it.
    Posted to Member Gallery by jrego21 on 6 Jun 2010
    Filed under: pencil, realism, pencil on paper, Pencil Drawing, photo realism, Joe Rego
  • "Reflections on 5th"

    Graphite on board 27" x 38". This drawing was very complex, with all the reflections. www.graphitepencilartist.com
    Posted to Member Gallery by John D. Herz on 5 Jan 2010
    Filed under: pencil, graphite, realism, Realistic, relection, graphite pencil, Pencil Drawing, Black and white, black & white graphite drawing, graphite pencil drawing, graphite drawing, black & white drawing
  • "Betty" 19" x 24" Graphite on plate smooth bristol paper

    Betty was a very special friend of mine who passed away this past May. I decided to do her portrait for her husband as a Christmas gift. All I can say is that he loved it and so do I.
    Posted to Member Gallery by jjkky01 on 29 Dec 2009
    Filed under: portrait, graphite, realism, Pencil Drawing
  • "Stan" 14" x 22" Charcoal & Graphite on plate smooth bristol

    This is a portrait of a friend of mine. I wanted to portray him in a life-changing contemplative mood. Hope I succeeded. Most of this drawing was done using a mechanical pencil. I used a small amount of charcoal as an undercoat for darker areas.
    Posted to Member Gallery by jjkky01 on 29 Dec 2009
    Filed under: portrait, graphite, realism, Pencil Drawing
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