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I created a portrait again for the game of the month of september. It’s a portrait of Formula One driver… I have chosen Lewis Hamilton. Under construction: I finished it… You can see in Stars Portraits website. 🙂 Click here.
I created a portrait of David Garrett for the game of the month of august. It’s fun and a challenge! This website is really inspires me. You can see in Stars Portraits 🙂 Here: My portrait of David Garett
I wanted to open a shop on the Meska which is a virtual shop like Etsy. Now, I’ve opened a Meska-shop! Just click here: Link
If you have a kind… You sit and color with your kids and secretly enjoy it. And If you don’t have kids, but you stare the coloring books in the bookstore. What’s happening with you? Hey, this is the coloring that is the new craze for adults. While you color the drawings, you will be[…]
I made a wall clock… and a picture frame…
The watercolor painting (or aquarelle) does not belong to one easy painting techniques. This material is very erratically and unpredictably.
Pastel drawings and paintings glow with an intensely luminous color and rich texture. This is because pastel powder is pure pigment. Pastels come in a variety of forms including soft pastels, hard pastels, oil pastels, and pastel pencil. Because pastels are not permanently fixed to the surface of the paper, they must be handled extremely[…]
A charcoal drawing of a very versatile medium, but so-called “difficult” even treat him like graphite. This mainly is because so much more porous while working with it. All charcoal smears easily so. It should therefore be used fixatives. I drew this white tiger with charcoal. The eyes made of pastel pencil.
There are many artist grade graphite pencils to choose from these days. I think the graphite drawings made of A4-A3 show well. It is interesting, a 4B pencil of one brand may be vastly different than the 4B of another brand. I really like to use Derwent, Staedtler, and CreatColor drawing pencils. I drew this[…]
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