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Somewhere Over There

by debbie haley sindle
(USA)


"Somewhere Over There"

This is a pencil drawing that I drew last Spring. I love playing around with drawing trees. There was no real forethought...just started drawing a palm tree, of a different kind. Once the palm tree was drawn, I added in the background.

I submitted this picture to a rug hooking site, and one lady asked if she could hook it into a rug...in sepia. In her interpretation, she saw the eye of God watching out over us. It will be entitled "The Eye of God". She also stated the picture reminded her of a spiritual drawing, drawings made by the Quakers, which prompted me to do some research on that particular subject matter. Quite interesting. So, I thought I would share...

Interesting how different people view pictures in such different ways.


***Note from Kerry:
Hi Debbie, that's another thing I love about drawing -- we can study them and interpret them uniquely. It is also interesting to see several artists draw the same subject -- they are never alike. It's fascinating stuff!

I love your drawing, too, great work!



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I Have The Right To Live

by creative
(india)

I Have The Right To Live

I Have The Right To Live

I like trees because they seem more resigned to the way they have to live than other things do.

***Note from Kerry:
Creative, this is pretty.

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Rugged Tree

by Wayne A. Wright
(Basin, WY USA)

Dead Tree

Dead Tree

I just love trees. Out here in Wyoming, I have all kinds to choose from. This particular one is from memory.

***Note from Kerry:
Hi Wayne, I love tree drawings as well. You've done a good job doing this from memory.

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Tree On A Hill

by Andrew
(Brisbane, Australia)

A Tree Drawing

A Tree Drawing

This was done a few days ago, out of my head.

I used a 2B pencil the entire time except the 1st outline which was a 2H.

I'm very proud of it, and my family has been very encouraging about it too.

**Note from Kerry:

Good job Andrew, your family can see obvious potential with your art. Keep going, your drawing is great, especially since it's from your mind's eye.

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A Tree

by Madiha

A Tree

A Tree

I did a lot of hard work to make this tree..

In the beginning I thought I can't do it... but I am happy that I did!

***Note from Kerry:
Yes Madiha, it's amazing what you can do when you try, hey?

I think you have done a fantastic job with your tree.

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My Tree Drawing

by Melissa
(Tempe, AZ)

My Tree Drawing

My Tree Drawing

I'd like to say that I sat under a tree at home, and I created this picture. However, I'm still learning and I am busy copying pictures from books.

This is part of my artistic schooling and I'm pleased with my drawings so far.

I tend to put in little bits to add a touch of myself in each drawing.

**Note from Kerry:
You're doing very nicely, too. Keep up the good work, Melissa. It's very creative.

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South Carolina Palm

by Linda Farrell Dobens
(Beaufort ,South Carolina)

Sketch Of A Carolina Palm

Sketch Of A Carolina Palm

I live in beautiful Beaufort South Carolina. I am surrounded by beautiful Palms.

I have only been drawing for 6 weeks and decided to give this a try.

***Note from Kerry:
Hi Linda, I am excited for you! If you can do this after only 6 weeks, you must be greatly encouraged. This is so well done, I can see a lot of potential ahead for you. Isn't drawing just the greatest thing you've ever experienced?

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The Old Tree

by Yvonne Johnson
(Durham)


I saw this drawing and had to have a go, loved the shades and detail, the most I like is texture like stone and wood.

Joining this site has given me the motivation, I lost over 2yrs ago. Thank you
yvonne.


***Note from Kerry:
Hi Yvonne, this looks great! It is unreal that you can produce such quality with color pencils. Good job!

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White On Black

by k.j.chilton
(heysham.lancashire,uk)

White On Black

White On Black

I know it's another tree, perhaps not that exciting a subject, but I just liked this one when I saw it. So, I thought I would try to give it a little twist.

Any comments welcome.

***Note from Kerry:
Gee Ken, I can see how much you have improved in such a short time. Keep going, I'm very proud of your progress!

Did you do this on black paper or did you get the effects through your image software?

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Lone Tree

by K.J. Chilton
(Heysham, Lancashire, UK)

Lone Tree

Lone Tree

I just saw this lovely photo and had a go at drawing it. It's not nearly as good as the original, but it gave me great pleasure in trying. I will try drawing from my own photo's from now on.

***Note from Kerry:
I think it's very good, Ken. Did you use yellow paper? I like the effect.

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Tree drawing

by jessica
(australia)


I drew it half from my imagination and half from a few pictures i have.


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Note from Kerry:
This is lovely, Jessica, great artwork!

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