December 9, 2012

Toddler Dress Two….Forming



I feel like I’ve been working on this forearm F.O.R.E.V.E.R!  The w/c pencils are a bit thicker, so the application tends to be heavier.  Must keep that pencil sharp.



I must admit, applying the folds to the dress has been fun.



The dress was too flat so I had to take up some red to create more folds here.



Almost done…the hand shouldn’t be that hard since I don’t have to deal with fingers. 

2 comments:

jinxxxygirl said...

I thought of a wonderful tutorial you could give..lol..not that you want to buuut.....The art of creating the perfect fold using colored pencil!....You are so good at making folds! I use just plain old colored pencils alot and i would LOVE to know how to do that better than just my feeble efforts....I just love this drawing! Hugs!deb

Eden said...

What a good idea! I'll file that away....but I pretty much learn as I go. Thanks so much for your kind words Deb....as always :)

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