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My Sweet Grandma

by Sumit.V.Sonawane
(jodhpur,rajasthan,india)

Grandma

Grandma

This is the picture of my sweet Grandma when she was pretty young!!

Now also she is as gorgeous as she was in the younger times! I love you Grandma!!


***Note from Kerry:
Hi Sumit,
Your drawing is beautiful, I am sure your Grandma loves it.

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Dancer

by Dionne Tonolete
(Philippines)

Dancer

Dancer

I was wondering what I could do when I thought I should draw something.

This is what I eventually drew. I thought it was an easy drawing.

I used a dark colored paper and a white pencil.

***Note from Kerry:
It turned out brilliantly Dionne! This is lovely, well done. You have used your time wisely!

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Indian brave

by John deboer
(Rogers, ar.USA)

Indian Brave

Indian Brave

Here again, is another Indian. As you can tell this is one of my favorite things to draw.


***Note from Kerry:
Hi John, the work and detail here is phenomenal. I am assuming this is done in ink?



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Indian

by John deboer
(Rogers, Ar. U.S.A.)

Brave

Brave

This is just one more of my attempts at using canvass.

I was told once that you can't use ink on a canvas, I feel I'm the one drawing it so I can use whatever medium I like! :)


***Note from Kerry:
Hi John, that's exactly right! There are no rules in drawing and we can do exactly as we like. It seems to be working for you, this looks fabulous!


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Beauty

by Chaithra
(Bangalore, Karnataka, India)

Beauty

Beauty

This pencil drawing is drawn after a long gap in between. I used to draw sketches but in the middle of my life I left drawing because of some reason.

Then i started drawing again. This is the drawing that came out when I re-started.



***Note from Kerry:
Hi Chaithra, it's great to see you didn't lose any talent during the time you didn't draw. This sketch is very good, I know I'd be proud of it!

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Love

by Terry B Gillen
(Austin, Tx.)


"Love"

This is a picture of my grandson "Walker" and I absolutely love it.

So I just had to draw it.

***Note from Kerry:
Hi Terry, gee you have done such a good job of duplicating the photo, I am quite impressed with your drawing! Well done. He is definitely a cutie.

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Business Casual

by Joshua Jordan
(San Diego, California, USA)

Business Casual

Business Casual

I was just unsure what to draw so I ended up drawing this figure.

I like drawing suits and dresses, so I chose this simple drawing.


***Note from Kerry:
Hi Joshua
Your drawing is very neat, it looks like something out of a magazine. Well done!


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On A Little Tiny Chair

by lucia
(Indonesia)

Little Chair

Little Chair

I use grid drawing, it helps me alot. Those fingers holding the paper are the most difficult part.

I forget where I took this photo from.


***Note from Kerry:
Hi Lucia
Your drawing is terrific! Good job.

Thank you for sharing that you use a grid, you just might encourage other beginners to give it a go. Grids are of great benefit to start with because they help artists see their subject in a simpler way.

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Water Girl

by kitty
(romania)


She is a very peaceful girl. She loves nature and nature loves her.

As you can see, the bird came to sing for her. i don't know what else to say about her. she is also very mysterious.


***Note from Kerry:
Kitty, your Water Girl is very pretty. I love that you have drawn a bird to sing for her, thanks for your lovely story.

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Mom and Dad

by Michelle
(Snohomish, WA)

Mom and Dad

Mom and Dad

I drew this from a photo of my parents to give to them for their 55th wedding anniversary.


***Note from Kerry:
Gee Michelle, I think they will really treasure your gift. You've done a great job!

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Smile

by Esraa Samy
(Cairo Egypt)



The gentle smile on this girl means she is thinking with hope at the same time.


***Note from Kerry:
Hello Esraa
Your girl is beautifully drawn, this is lovely work! The drawing shows you have devoted much care and attention, thanks for sharing.

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Fearful

by Janis Dzierkals
(Riga)

Eyes full of fear

Eyes full of fear

It's a army man from some place in Africa. I draw this from the photo, you can see the fear in his eyes when he saw the photographer.

This drawing is from my sketch book.

***Note from Kerry:
Janis, you did a very good job of capturing and portraying what you noticed in the photo. Well done.

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Ballerina

by kitty
(romania)

Balleerrrinnnaaa

Balleerrrinnnaaa

This is a drawing I did of a ballerina dancing for herself.


***Note from Kerry:
Hi Kitty,
Your drawing is lovely, you create a special image whenever you put pencil to paper. You're clever!

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Faces and eyes

by kitty
(romania)


I hope this is the right section. I drew those faces trying to show different emotions.


***Note from Kerry:
Hi Kitty, you've given us a great selection of expressions and I can identify each and every one. You've done very well!

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Jesus Christ

by creative
(india)

Jesus Christ

Jesus Christ

I saw this portrait in a mini bible and i love this. That's why i have draw this portrait of Jesus.

Is this is good or bad? Can i do better.......

***Note from Kerry:
Creative, I think it's lovely. It's good to draw things that interest you and things you admire. That way, you are gaining confidence with each drawing.

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My Friends Baby

by elizabeth warner
(middle island, ny, usa)

Image rotated

Image rotated

I drew her for her uncle's birthday.


***Note from Kerry:
Hi Elizabeth!
You've done a great job of this drawing. I hope you don't mind but I rotated the image so we could see it right side up.

It's a shame you didn't tell us a little bit more about yourself. Do you draw often? Portrait drawing is so hard to learn but you've done a fine piece here.

Elizabeth, it would be great if you could write more than one line, just to keep within submission guidelines.

Thank you very much for sharing your drawing with us, I hope you make yourself at home and feel free to add comments to your page plus any others that you like.

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Cool

by Dave Tierney
(Ireland)


A picture I found on the net.


***Note from Kerry:
Dave, it's clear to see you have progressed rapidly with portraits, that's a terrific drawing.

It would be great if you could write more than one line please Dave, just to keep within submission guidelines.

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My Grandson

by Dave Tierney
(Ireland)


A pencil drawing from a photo i took on a day out at the zoo. My first Portrait that i would show anyone. Please comment.


***Note from Kerry:
Hi Dave,
I'd be proud to show this off too, your attention to detail is perfect. You have a good-looking grandson, by the way.

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Dad

by Michelle
(Snohomish, WA)

My Dad

My Dad

I drew this drawing originally of both my parents for an anniversary gift, but the drawing of my mother didn't turn out, so I cut that part off and kept the drawing of my father.

This is my fourth portrait drawing.


***Note from Kerry:
Michelle,
Your artwork is fantastic for such little experience. Imagine what you will produce in 12 months time?!

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Emperor

by Dennis Smith
(Birmingham,Alabama )

Rocky Marciano

Rocky Marciano

I'm a 68-year-old disabled veteran - I've been drawing all my life.

***Note from Kerry:
Well done, Dennis!

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Random Sketch

by betsy
(lodi, nj)


This was a quick sketch of a woman, it took me 1/2 hour. This is no-one in particular.


***Note from Kerry:
Hi Betsy
You've produced a great sketch in such a short time! Good work!

p.s. Your image has come through quite small so if you want like to send in another one I can add it to this page. That's your choice though, don't feel obligated. We can still see it just fine.

p.p.s I received your note about the incorrect email address on your notification but I don't have access to that so I'm really sorry I can't change it for you. If you leave a comment here on your page, you can request notification, give the correct email addy and everything will be sweet.

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The Eye

by betsy
(lodi, nj)

Beauty is in the EYE of the beholder

Beauty is in the EYE of the beholder

I was doodling today with a ballpoint pen and drew this eye.


***Note from Kerry:
Betsy, this is so good. I love the detail on the eye ball. It is a great doodle!

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Kishore Kumar

by Sumit.V.Sonawane
(jodhpur,rajasthan)


"The Millennium Voice - Kishore Kumar

This man has the best voice of the millennium. Nobody could ever touch his hands in singing, he is just awesome..


***Note from Kerry:
Hi Sumit
Your drawing is wonderful and I am sure it does justice to the man!


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