EDIT: Rephotographed the drawing. Still not perfect but closer to the original I think.
And thanks all so much for all your comments and kind words!
Suggester says: "I just think its absolutely amazing. My mind still can not comprehend that this is not a photo. I can feel the slickness of the face and the texture of her hair." Frozen by ~DDzim (
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Help!! I need help on hair lol..So let me get this straight..you use whitl charcoal over pencil or do you erase the pencil and replace it with the chalk? Great stuff could you check out mine if you get time? My goal is to get to your status someday thats what keeps me practicing.
Hard to believe this is charcoal, just never seen this kind of detail done in that medium, and now I see why my G+ friend is so impressed, Ian Andrews sent me here, he follows your work & now so do I. Shared this one out to the above links as well as G+ manually. Amazing!!! That water looks so real, like a photography minimum.
True, However the majority of art gallaries (from what I'm told), will not accept your art if they see a signature that is not in cap's. They argue that it makes it look too manufactured like a print and not an original. I had never heard of this before and wanted to see if anyone else had heard of this. If you look at the artwork in art gallery magazines most all the signatures are in caps, only about 1 or 2 are otherwise. Interesting? I was thinking how come I had never heard of this? Wierd?