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A Land of Fairies

by Atita
(Jakarta, Indonesia)

(There was) A Land of Fairies

(There was) A Land of Fairies

I love to draw fairies ^_^ they never fail me.

I drew this one before I drew the "Tribute To Pavement."

I imagine the "pure" land as fertile and the place where fairies can stand living there.
Where green was the most fun play ground.
Where fruits and flowers were handed down for them.
Again, my Mom's garden with it's flower had inspired me.

***Note from Kerry:
This is terrific Atita! Your Mom's garden must be beautiful to inspire such lovely work from you.

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A Fairy Princess!

by Tracy Noseworthy
(NL, Canada)

A Fairy Princess!

A Fairy Princess!

I have always liked trying to draw new things, so I decided to try drawing a fairy. I really like the way she turned out.

I used a regular 2HB pencil for everything including my shading. I really enjoyed spending time creating this picture and I hope you like it too!


***Note from Kerry:
Hi Tracy,
Your princess is beautiful! It's a lovely drawing, thank you for sharing.

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Orchid Bloom and Fairies

by Atita
(Jakarta, Indonesia)

Orchid Bloom and Fairies

Orchid Bloom and Fairies

I drew this when my mother's orchid was in bloom.

I was amazed with its beauty. Then I imagined how would it be, if there are fairies that flew around the flowers, and presented the blooming flowers for my Mom because she has been taking good care of the garden and the plants.

I am also kind of inspired with fairies in "spiderwick chronicle".

***Note from Kerry:
Hi Atita, what a beautiful story! Your drawing is just lovely too. Thank you so much for sharing such a delightful drawing.

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Mushroom Fairy

by Teresa Fisher-Olsen
(Lake Wales, FL)

Mushroom Fairy Drawing

Mushroom Fairy Drawing

One morning while taking my dogs out, I noticed small mushrooms that had sprouted over night. I then remembered a game that my daughter would play as a child, pretending to be a giant and stomping on tiny trees.

I began to picture fairies perched on top of those mushrooms, praying that no more would be destroyed.

As I was making a mental picture of what I could draw in my mind, I noticed that the dogs had discovered the mushrooms too, and preceded, as though giants, to destroy them.

I whispered a small apology to the fairies.

**Note from Kerry:
Oh Teresa, what a lovely story! Your drawing is also great, thank you for sending it in.

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Tinkerbell

by Probal
(Bangladesh)

Tinkerbell, as I see her

Tinkerbell, as I see her

Tinkerbell always fascinated me since I was a kid. She is the small fairy from Peter Pan. Caring, happy, cheerful, she is a bit jealous too!

As I learned (and still learning!) doing potraits, (thanks to kerry, I found this awesome site potrait-artist.org) this is one of my favorite characters.

I increased the exposure and brightness of the picture with photoshop. Hope this did not ruin the drawing!

***Note from Kerry:
Hi Probal! I love her! Wow, well done mate. It's obvious that your drawing skills are improving, all the time.

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Tribute to Pavement

by Atita
(Jakarta, Indonesia)

Tribute to Pavement

Tribute to Pavement

The pavement took over the land of fairies and comes along with it; flood.

I applied the same technique as "(There Was) A Land of Fairies" of making those lines.

Basically i was just making thin lines to replace the ordinary way of coloring. To my surprise, i like the feel those lines has made. In making this I need to be more patient..

***Note from Kerry:
Atita, this is a great drawing. I like your effects and also the colors.

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Fantasy Fairy

by lin mcnally
(pedralba, spain)

Fairy in flight!

Fairy in flight!

My husband has started art classes. I believed I could not draw a straight line with a ruler, as I was told by an art teacher at school nearly 50 years ago!!! Needless to say, I never tried after that and chose to not attend art classes ever again.

I drew this fairy on my first attempt at drawing last week,and still cannot believe that I did it all by myself! I know it´s not perfect, but to me it´s a miracle!

All comments appreciated.



***Note from Kerry:
Hi Lin,
I am amazed that you haven't tried to draw and here you have picked the hardest subject there is (drawing the human body) and triumphed! Look at you! How good is this drawing? ... If I did this, I know I'd be over the moon (proud as). Not only is it well done, it is creative and very pretty.

I hope you continue to draw - it will give you years of pleasure. Believe in yourself.

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Stick Fairies

by Atita
(Jakarta, Indonesia)

Stick Fairies and Their Tree House.

Stick Fairies and Their Tree House.

Fly, fly, fly..
Fairies love trees and so do I.

High, high, high..
Fly me to the sky.

*how are you Kerry?*


***Note from Kerry:
Hi Atita,
I am very well, thank you for caring and asking.
When I first saw your beautiful drawing I thought it was breath-taking! I admire your drawing skill, this is perfect.

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Mermaid Drawing

by Lauren Sauers
(wilmington NC)


It's been a while since I've done something other than portraits :)

This one started out as just a quick scetch but i decided to shade it in and I kinda liked the way it turned out.... reeaaalllyyyy quick so it could've turned out better if i just took my time but whateverrrr :)

So there u go... a mermaid :D


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Note from Kerry:
Hi Lauren!
Now you're really showing off your pencil skills... If this just started out as some kind of doodle drawing and you can turn it into a fantasy masterpiece, well, wow! I really like it a lot.

I like the way I can feel the water around her without it actually being depicted (if you know what I mean). Great work, kiddo!

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The Garden Angel

by debbie
(USA)

Garden Angel

Garden Angel

A scene of an angel in my secret garden. I imagine she visits my garden, where she protects the area, thus my garden flourishes with beauty.

It is a pencil drawing, using Prismacolor graphites and a wee bit of charcoal. I have been practicing on shadowing and depths.

Hope you enjoy. Took over 24 hours from start too finish.

debbie


***Note from Kerry:
Hi Debbie,
I am very impressed with your drawing and kind of honored that you have shared something so private. I love it!

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Tinkerbell

by Diya Nishana
(Hail,Saudi Arabia)

In oil

In oil

This is my first fantasy drawing. I did this with oil pastels and oil. I spread it very carefully with tissue paper.

I tried to make the picture look like an animated drawing.

I took almost 15 minutes to do this.


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Note from Kerry:
Hello Diya
Gee, only 15 minutes? You got a good likeness of Tinkerbell in a really short amount of time along with the challenge of working with oil. I also love that you shared your creation process with us, thank you!

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