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Portrait of David Beckham

by Probal
(Bangladesh)

Portrait of David Beckham

Portrait of David Beckham

This is the first portrait I have drawn after I learned about human face and the ratios.

I think it turned out pretty close. I learned it from media.academyart.edu/freeclass

take care!

**Note from Kerry:
Probal, your sketches are coming along nicely. It's obvious you are doing a lot of practice.

Added comments:

by: Ginger
Probal,
Thanks for the link. I will definitely check into the free class. I am in awe of anyone who does faces.

by: Andrew
Keep drawing, you're already doing a great job

by: Sandra Busby
This is great because there is no mistaking who it is, even if you hadn't said! Keep drawing because you are obviously a natural!

by: Jim
This is fantastic.

by: Cashandra Hawkins
This is a very nice drawing I gave you 5 stars

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Picture of Rabindranath Tagore

by Probal
(Bangladesh)

Rabindranath Tagore Drawing

Rabindranath Tagore Drawing

He is called the greatest poet in the Indian subcontinent.

This picture was made by some other artist in a book, I just tried to copy it. It took a little time because it's only some lines!

I guess at least we can see an old man with beards!

Thanks to Kerry, Sandra, Jim and all, for commenting to my other pictures, it was very nice and helpful.

**Note from Kerry:
Hi Probal!
I really like this drawing. The skill would be in getting the lines to be in exact proportions to each other. I think you've done a fine job.

Added comments:

by: Jim
I agree. Great job.


by: Sandra Busby
Thumbs up!
I actually think this must be harder to draw that a full, detailed drawing. It has turned out very well. When I look at this man I see someone in either deep thought or deep concentration and it makes me question what about. Maybe he was in the middle of creating one of his poems! Any drawing that makes me question like that is a definite thumbs up from me, and it's because of this that it is one of my favorites of yours so far!


by: martin
hi probal...
i know this personality.. rabindranath tagore...
the lines express it... I agree, to look at a pic and portray it this way, it's a tough job. A man's face is full of lines. To get it on the paper with such few lines is incredible talent.


by: Brahmanand Pande
great
I have read all his books. He is my favorite.

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A Bangladeshi Girl

by Probal
(Bangladesh)

Traditional Bangladeshi Girl

Traditional Bangladeshi Girl

Here is a pencil sketch I've made recently (5 Nov) which I would like to share with all of my friends in allaboutdrawings.

This is a picture of a Bangladeshi girl wearing traditional sari. I watched it from a book and tried to draw something like it. And I believe it turned out to be a good one. (I couldn't get it scanned, though.)

How I drew it:

I took a piece of paper large enough to cover the picture. I opened a small part of the picture and started drawing on my sketch book, the rest of the picture remained hidden. I gradually slid the paper and drew it by parts

I think it's ok to practice from other peoples drawings, if you don't claim it to be yours.

Sorry again for the bad picture quality! Take care!


Note from Kerry:
Hi Probal!

I am so pleased you shared the process you used to draw this. I find it interesting.

I think your drawing looks great. Drawing people is the hardest subject to master.

Comments added:
by: Anonymous
I wonder what she is thinking?
The way the girl in this drawing is cowering makes you wonder if she is scared, or trying to hide. It's always good if a drawing makes you question the story behind it. I like this drawing.


I like the picture
by: Anonymous
And most of all, I like the comments, making me rethink my way of doing some stuff.

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