"The Witch" Ink and wash
"A Day In The Life Of: The Socialite, The Executive, The Homeless" Ink
- “10 Minutes Gesture of Classmate” Ink
"10 Minutes Gesture of Classmate 2" Ink
"Opus 28" Ink
"Portrait of Classmate" Charcoal on Newsprint
"Windmills" Charcoal on Newsprint
"Deserted" White and black charcoal
"Transition" Graphite on paper
Self Portrait. Graphite on paper
"The Kite Dreamer" Ink on paper
"Drapes" White conte and charcoal "Oz" Graphite
"After Training" Graphite
"Oz #2" Ink
"Our Friendship" Ink
Thank you for coming back so soon hehe 😛
The blog looks brilliant. Well done! Great drawings as well, really show how much you can do. Those drapes are amazing, that’s is so hard to do.
Mi amiga, thanks for stopping by. Yes the drapes took a while to finish because I started and ran out of time in class as we had to start another project. I often (more like always) do this where I start something and never get to finish it, but with the drapes I forced myself at the end because it was coming out lovely and I wanted to be proud of such a thing…
Thank you for your comments, as always you are a true supporter of my blog. 😀
Jadeeyes, you are very gifted. Your talent shines through confidently and with versatility. Bravo, beautiful artist!
Thank you souldipper. Thanks for stopping by and showing support! 😀
Amy (Souldipper) is right. You are a talented girly mi amiga 🙂
😛 thank you.
Love the drape as well. Amazing how you can use just a couple of colours and make a picture look so real. Look forward to seeing more of your pictures:)
Thank you 🙂
For the drapes I used white conte, which gives it the oily feeling. I love working with the conte when it comes to things like this because the charcoal is kind of messy -although very effective- and the conte… it just feels right, I can work with it better. Glad you like it! 🙂
Thanks for the comment.
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Incredibly Powerful! (A Day in the Life) Gave me chills Laura…
Hello Roxanne, thank you for stopping by! 🙂
It took me two months to work on this piece as a whole; thinking about the concept, looking for reference material, sketching out the ideas, etc. Finally, the process of drawing was done in two weeks, but it was the fun part because it was when I could see everything coming together very nicely.
Thank you for the comment! I’m glad you like it. 🙂
If my goosebumps are anything to judge by, (and I definitely think they are) worth every minute!! 🙂
What an incredible gallery. You truly are a talented woman. I honestly can’t pick a favorite, though I have an obvious fondness for “After Training”, not to mention I have always loved “Windmills”. Keep up the amazing work, Laura. Can’t wait to see more 🙂
Currently working on another big one, not as big as “A Day in the Life” but bigger than a simple drawing. Having trouble coming up with the composition though lol
Thanks for your comment, and support. As always you have been a strong supporter for a long time, I truly thank you my friend 🙂
“After Training” was titled that because you gave me the idea after discussing what it looked like, remember? haha…
Of course I remember, always glad to help come up with titles and such 🙂 and no problem, I’m your biggest fan 🙂 I’m always going to be cheering you on from the sidelines.
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