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Secret

by Windy
(Qatar)

Secret

Secret

I thought about mysterious feelings in a heart.
I found a picture and took the idea from it but I added the rest.

Which is can not be seen
that's what is the crystal between the hands mean
as a deep secret
covered by poisonous plant.

*reading your comments would be my pleasure
thanks

***Note from Kerry:
Hi Windy, the first thing I thought when I saw your drawing, was "Wow, I really like this." You've portrayed mystique and wonder very well. Good work, Windy!

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Lady In The Sky

by Shane
(Seattle WA)

Lady In The Sky

Lady In The Sky

This drawing is a response to an inquiry from Patches, if I have anything else I could submit. Well Patches, I have literally hundreds of drawings I've done over the years. Since I first picked up a drawing pad and pencil when I was child I never threw anything that I ever drew.

Unfortunately I no longer have my very first drawing I did when I was 12 years old. My very first drawing was a comic book character called Conan The Barbarian. Over the years it got destroyed and I just couldn't keep it safely stored.

I was only 12 years old when I made the above drawing during the summer of 1988. It was the first illustration that was my own invention and taken from my imagination.

I thought that it would be a good idea to show anybody that is interested in knowing how I received the inspiration for my idea. So I placed the actual photo that is on the left next to my drawing that is obviously on the right (Manipulated them in my PC so that they could fit in a single file.)

I discovered the real photograph inside a small black and white magazine. The printed media was a government publication which served as a W.A. State coastal tourist guide. It was published in 1988 and I found the pamphlet at a gas station while I was vacationing with my family that year.

My skills as an artist have improved immensely beyond those that I possessed all those years ago and I am capable of creating illustrations that are far better than the one I am showcasing here. Although I have created literally hundreds of drawings that are superior in comparison, this one illustration has remained my absolute beloved creation out of all them.

I hope you love this drawing as much as I do and thank you for taking the time to observe it.

***Note from Kerry:
It's very creative, thank you Shane. This type of drawing is always intriguing. Well done!

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Omega Double "T"

by Shane
(Seattle WA)

Omega Double

Omega Double "T"

So Shane! What's the double "T" all about?

I'm sure that is what you're wondering isn't it?

I was commissioned to draw a Superhero that would look something like one would see on the cover of a comic book. So I asked my son Tristin who is 13 years old (I know his name is spelled wrong, but that is how his mother and I decided to spell it) to help me with designing Omega.

Well Omega morphed into Omega Double "T" because he is not only "Tough" he is "Tristin" tough. I had to give my son some sort of producers credit on a mock comic book cover. Although nobody will ever know his name is referenced as one of the double "T's." However Tristin knows so I guess that is all that matters.

This drawing was created by utilizing a regular number two pencil, a mechanical 5mm pencil, and a 8b pencil.

***Note from Kerry:
I like to know that kind of background information. Now we all know that Tristin deserves some credit as well!

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Alien Ghosts Planet

by Marty
(U.S.A.)


Hello Everyone:

I used the mechanical pencil on this drawing.

I just wanted to clear my mind of all the clutter and just draw anything that came into it, so I just starting drawing and here is what I got.

I hope you all enjoy it.

Kindly

Marty!


***Note from Kerry:
Hi Marty,
These types of drawings always intrigue me where the artist invites us to witness housekeeping. In typical Marty style, I see a sense of fun even though there are a few spooks about! I hoped they stayed on that planet far, far away!

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Vampire

by Bea
(Slovakia)


Just some kind of creature ( maybe Dracula's old brother :D ). I saw this picture in my book for English lessons, it doesn't look so frightening, but it happened somehow that now it looks like this.


***Note from Kerry:
Hi again Bea
I love that expression "somehow that now it looks like this" - that is a true artist speaking from you. I like your drawing, it's great!

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The Sandstorm

by Jacqueline kennedy
(cavan)

The Sandstorm

The Sandstorm

This a painting of mine which just came from my head although i would of preferred to start with a pencil drawing first ...i didn't have the patience

... When i get an image in my head to paint something, it's usually the paintbrush is picked up and my imagination follows.

...This painting is of a bedouin prince who is protecting his princess from the sandstorm....to which his loyal arab will always stay by his side...hope u like it xx

***Note from Kerry:
It's great Jacqueline! Working from your imagination is something we all aspire to do, so I really admire anything like this.

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Fantasies

by Patty
(Iowa)

The Stuff of Fantasies

The Stuff of Fantasies

I started to draw this unicorn and then I thought it would look pretty cool in a goblet. Once the goblet was done I erased all the parts of the unicorn that were outside the goblet.

Then I had to darken my lines and add the shading. My problem then was to find a way to "add" to this drawing, so I drew the bottle with fluid going into the horn to make it look like it was filling the unicorn into the glass. I hope I accomplished what I was trying to do. Please feel free to comment, or, give advice on this drawing.

***Note from Kerry:
Hi Patty! I really like your drawing. It gets the imagination going. It's interesting with that one splash of color.

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Ocean Face

by Shane
(Seattle WA)

Ocean Face

Ocean Face

I am very proud of this drawing because, I discovered at the tender age of 13, that my art could invoke an emotional response in people.

As a boy, I had aspirations of becoming a fantasy artist but, unfortunately, I had absolutely nobody encouraging my artistic endeavors. I was raised in an environment that did not encourage social evolution.

Drawing was a vehicle of refuge for me. My art had become my salvation and I knew then I would be an artist for the rest of my life.

Art is a kind of philosophy and it was through one illustration that I had created that offered me a way of living. My art did not reflect dissension or ostracize anybody who did not share my perceptions, instead it was inclusive of everybody that was different.

Art offers insight to ideas that may elude comprehension because of our own ignorances through no fault of our own. Mankind fears that which we do not understand, and fear is the engine that drives hate.

Art breaks down boundaries that separate mankind and offers a vehicle to gain education and understanding of our fellow men and knowledge is liberation.

That is what this one illustration means to me.

***Note from Kerry:
Shane, your art obviously brings you great joy. You should be proud of what you have been able to achieve, despite all obstacles.

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Fortis Walking Away Angry

by Shane
(Seattle WA)

Fortis Walking Away From Kepan

Fortis Walking Away From Kepan

This picture is two hero characters in my graphic book called Einherjar. The man at the back of the illustration just tried to keep the head figure from entering the chambers of their religious leader. In a previous illustration they were in a physical confrontation.

I used a regular number two pencil, a mechanical 5 mm pencil, and a 8b pencil to create this drawing.

***Note from Kerry:
Shane, I can see why you enjoy drawing so much, you have a terrific way of depicting your characters. Good job!

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Enter Kepan and Perola

by Shane
(Seattle WA)

Enter Kepan and Perola

Enter Kepan and Perola

This is another scene from my graphic book called Einherjar "The Quest for Lehiere."

After the death of one of my Red Shirt characters named Raule (Red shirt character is referencing throw away characters from Startrek) another mysterious stranger had arrived in the kings council chambers.

Einherjar's religious leader Perola refered to as a Schowen, and her bodyguard Kepan called Protecteres was summoned to appear before the king.

The mysterious stranger is a messenger from the kingdom of Leheire and the messenger is harbinger of horrendous news. Cyborgs from the kingdom of Dominus are attacking every town and village around the kingdom of Leheire.

These cyborgs armies are mounting their forces and preparing to attack the kingdom of Lehiere. The strange and androgynous inhabitants of Lehiere have long since been an ally to the kingdom of Einherjar. They are now begging king Fihtan to come to their aid.

I drew this illustration using a regular number two pencil, a mechanical 5 mm pencil, and a 8b pencil.

This drawing is actually one of my favorite drawings. I love the way I drew Kepan's cape covering half his body. Call me vain, but I love the way I drew his slacks tucked inside his boot.

His look of fierce determination never leaves his face. Kepan is my favorite character in my graphic book. He also has enchantments given to him by Perola to enhance his fighting abilities.

***Note from Kerry:
Shane, it's good to see an artist like things about their own work. Some of us are way too critical of ourselves and we could learn a thing or two from you.

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Kepan and Fortis Fight

by Shane
(Seattle WA)

Kepan and Fortis Fight.

Kepan and Fortis Fight.

The Dumual barbarians have been attacking the surrounding villages and they are on their way to attack the city of Einherjar and the palace.

Fortis was trying to gain entry into the Schowens chambers but Kepan is barring the door. Kepan knows that Perola secretly loves Fortis and Kepan also knows no good could come of this. So he is trying to protect the Schowen Perola heart. However he is only making Fortis very angry.

Fortis is seeking a blessing from the schowen before he is to lead Einherjar's army into battle the following day.

I drew this drawing utilizing a regular number two pencil, a mechanical 5 mm pencil, and a 8B pencil.

I like the way I drew the pillars in the background. By the way everybody, you better place your money on Kepan. Fortis could never hope to win this fight. Its a good thing Kepan did not want to hurt Fortis, and the Schowen stopped the fight before Fortis was injured.

***Note from Kerry:
Hi Shane, I like the pillars, too. Do you use anything to soften the graphite? Like a cotton tip or something?

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