November 8, 2011

Mime Work….part 6



I’m starting to think I’ll never get this finished!!  Well, it didn’t help that I hadn’t touched it for 3 days.  I must’ve thought it would draw itself….wouldn’t that be interesting?



Concentrated on the mime today.  The turban was fun to sketch.  It’s not exact at all, but I liked replicating the roll.



My proudest moment so far is here….in the eyes.  I was able to show a bit of pupil in all that dark area.  Sharp pencils and 3B lead get the credit.

3 comments:

young-eclectic-encounters said...

I love it when you show how you work- I went back and looked at the series and think it is wonderful- It is inspirational to me to see your progress and your struggles
Johnina

Janet said...

Your drawings are always good but this one is just exceptional! Those eyes are great!

JP said...

This is wonderful. I have always heard that faces are the most difficult. You are blessed with many gifts - all to our benefit.

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