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Ballerina Drawing

by Lilly Antonaevic
(Melbourne Australia)


This artwork was created using my favorite medium.. Derwent Inktense Coloured Pencils on Canvas..

Yes folks, canvas is not only for painting, artists can actually draw on canvas.. Give it a try folks, it is fun to experiment..

Thank you all who look at this artwork..


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Note from Kerry:
Oh Lilly, this is so beautiful. I could stare at this for hours...
You have left me speechless...

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Alexander

by Lilly Antonaevic
(Melbourne in Australia)

Alexander

Alexander

I do not think I have as yet created a great colour drawing..

But as I LOVE Drawing, I am at it non stop etc.. Lol..

I like using Derwent Inktense Colour Pencils in my drawings etc..

This drawing is done with Derwent pencils and Ink on paper..

Here is my drawing from my Alexander The Great Series, I used Collin Farrel as subject.. After all he was Alexander in the film..

This drawing is on Canson Acrylic Paper A3 size..

Thank you all who look at this artwork..

Lilly and cats..


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Note from Kerry:
Hello Lilly
Your drawing of Alexander is absolutely brilliant! Wow, your work is just lovely. The horse is beautiful, the detail is wonderful and your story is perfect. Thank you so much for sharing and joining in, I look forward to hearing more about your tips and techniques for all beginner artists. You are an inspiration, that is for sure.

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Flamenco

by Lilly Antonaevic
(Melbourne Australia)


This is just fast sketch study of Flamemco Dancer the sketching for a painting etc..

I often first sketch ideas before I paint them..

Derwent Inktense Coloured pencils on paper..

( I think I am adicted to these mediums, oh dear, lol)..

Thank you all who look at this drawing..

Cheers from,
Lilly and cats..


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Note from Kerry:
Hi Lilly
I can only aspire to being able to do a "fast sketch" like this one day... heh. It is a stunning sketch, it's vibrant and perfect just as it is.

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Sisters

by arish john andrews
(India)


This is the picture of two sisters. Can you guess who they are??

Yes....they are my sweet sisters Ansa and Anu.There is a story behind this picture. I copied it from a photograph which was taken years ago.

Let me introduce my sisters.They are very naughty and fun loving girls.. They make our home alive. Although they often quarrel with each other, they are best friends.

This photo was taken after one such quarrel. One day Ansa got angry with Anu over a silly matter.

After that, to make Anu happy, Ansa gave her a rose..

This is the symbol of their true friendship and love.......


***Note from Kerry:
Arish, that is such a beautiful story! I fell in love with your drawing as soon as I saw it. Your sisters must be adorable, it's plain to see you love them. I love your artwork!

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Melissa

by burger

Summer joy

Summer joy

Melissa....a young family member...drawn from a photo of her...pencil and colored pencil used.. I love the expression on her face. The reference photo was taken on the beach.


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Note from Kerry:

Hi Burger,
I like the way you have done this drawing. It's different and very appealing, well done!

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Instilling Discipline

by Terry B Gillen
(Austin, Texas)

Bedtime Prayer

Bedtime Prayer

I feel in love with this picture and just had to draw it. I believe it speaks volumes on how important it is to practice faith at an early age.

I will frame it and give it to my grandchild in hopes it will remind him how important bedtime prayer is.


***Note from Kerry:
Hi Terry,
It's great to see another one of your beautiful drawings. You have done a lovely job.

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Lovely Lady

by Lauren Sauers
(wilmington N.C.)


I was just wanting to draw a woman. I haven't drawn an actual face close up in a while so i just went with what I pictured in my head.

It's kinda nice (: .... for a 13 year old :P


***Note from Kerry:
It's kinda unreal for a 13 year old!! Good work Lauren! I really like your use of color, you've done a super job.

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On Her Way Home

by Jubi
(Ekm,Kerala,India)

On her way to home

On her way to home

This lady is living in a village near a jungle...She has to go to the jungle to fetch water...

I draw this picture when i met her on her way to home...with a pitcher full of water...While walking she was enjoying the beauty of the jungle...


***Note from Kerry:
Hi Jubi
This is another oh so beautiful piece of work. Is this in glass colors or is it watercolor?

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Lady with a Pitcher

by jubi
(Ekm,Kerala,India)


This is a Glass painting.....I used glass colours...

A lady is on her way to fetch water...


***Note from Kerry:
This is spectacular, Jubi. Very clever.

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Vineyard Girl

by Jubi
(Ekm,Kerala,India)


A Vineyard Girl ....she is collecting grapes from the yard...

This is a glass painting...and i used glass colours, peal paint, glitters and oil paint on glass....


***Note from Kerry:
Jubi, it's beautiful, the details and everything ... it's so well done! It's a pleasure to view your work.

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On a Sail

by jubi
(Ekm,Kerala,India)


This picture is actually inspired by Daniel Defo's novel Robinson Crusoe...

Crusoe has a passion for sea...he always goes for sailing against his parent's wishes and this picture is on his visit to sea with his friend...


***Note from Kerry:
Hi Jubi,
Your picture is fantastic! Did you use color pencils, pencil and ink? It looks like there is some wash in there, is that right?

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Careless

by Lauren Sauers
(wilmington N.C.)


This one was actually really quick...about an hour and a half with the distractions of the tv (: done in colored pencils.
I had alot of fun doing the eye makeup for some reason :)


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Note from Kerry:
Hey Lauren\!
Your drawing is spectacular (as usual!). I'm so pleased you are drawing the makeup on paper and not on your face... right?
She looks stunning, I like the way you have blended and achieved the look - you're so clever! But.. you don't need me to tell you that. By the way, you have done the hair perfectly! Do you use a kneaded eraser to get it looking just right?

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Red

by Lauren Sauers
(wilmington N.C.)


This is my first attempt at oil pastel :P
I still like using pencil and all but gotta try something new :P
It took me only 20 minutes so I'll probably be submitting a more finished and detailed one later on .....
I know it's not that great it was juss my practice run with oils :P


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Note from Kerry:
Hi Lauren,
So, just a practice run, eh? You sure do know how to blow my socks off! I am in awe of you girl, you have so much talent. I am loving your experiments in color.

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First Color Portrait

by Lauren Sauers
(wilmington N.C.)


Here is a painting i did in some left over water color...

It didn't take as long as i thought (:

This is my first attempt at PAINTING a face and I'm kinda happy with the way it turned out...


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Note from Kerry:
Hi Lauren
I have yet to dedicate time to water color but I do know it is a tough medium to master. I look at your work here and it amazes me that you can achieve that quality of work with your first go. You are going to be famous one day, kiddo.

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Drawing of an Ice Skater

by kitty
(romania)

Ice Skater

Ice Skater

I have never been to a ice rink. It is one of the thing i would really love to do!
I actually made this drawing for school.


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Note from Kerry:

Hello Kitty,
I would love to hear what your friends at school thought of your drawing, I think it is so amazing! Good job!

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The Canvas Boy

by chen
(manila, philippines)


One sleepy day i thought of drawing and there it goes, a fine young boy whose dream is to become a well-loved painter. just like me! that was my dream too.


***Note from Kerry:
Hi Chen,
I hope you continue to dream becoming a painter - you have created a very colorful portrait, it's great, well done!

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Sus And Millie

by Jean
(Wisbech)

Sus and Millie

Sus and Millie

This is the first time I used water colour pencils (without water)! I was quite pleased with the outcome, and would love to do more, when I get the time.

I have just purchased some pastel pencils to try out on my next holiday.

Not sure what paper to use, pastel, or drawing paper, any ideas?

***Note from Kerry:
Hi Jean, I would expect you could use any type of paper with pastel pencils. Sketchbooks have nice paper, and they come in all varieties, thick or thin.

Your drawing is very good, I can see character in their faces - well done!

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Flower girl

by Mif
(England)

Innocence

Innocence

I copied this from one of my wife's crafting stamps, using pencil and watercolour......simple but I like it.

***Note from Kerry:
Hi Mif, I like it too. That's such fine work.

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Husband In Prayer

by nasima khan
(kuwait)

Prayer

Prayer

This is a picture I tried to make from memory of my husband praying. He is away at this time and I think of him all the time.


***Note from Kerry:
Nasima, I am always impressed with anything that is drawn from memory. I really like your drawing, it shows the spirit of the artist.

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Lady dance

by Viswanath V Rao
(Pune INDIA)


I just colored some small medicine boxes, and then I drew a simple dancing step - that I saw in internet. I used poster colors for the same.


***Note from Kerry:
Hi Viswanath!
I love your dancing ladies, they look so pretty. You've made ordinary objects look extraordinary, great job!

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