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Selena Quintanilla Perez

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A portrait drawing of singer/musician Selena Quintanilla Perez, Queen of Tejano Music.

TIME:
A little over a month

MATERIALS USED:
Vellum Bristol Paper
2B and HB Mechanical Pencils
2H, 3B and 7B Derwent’s Graphite Pencils
Tortillions
Q-tips

**If you would like to commission me, buy one of my artworks and/or prints, please head to the top of my blog and click either the “Pricing” tab and/or “Prints” tab for more information**

Obiwan

A portrait drawing of actor Ewan McGregor as Obi Wan Kenobi from the film “Star Wars I: The Phantom Menace”.

TIME:
1-2 months

MATERIALS USED:
Vellum Bristol Paper
2B and HB Mechanical Pencils
Tortillions
Q-tips

**If you would like to commission me, buy one of my artworks and/or prints, please head to the top of my blog and click either the “Pricing” tab and or “Prints” tab for more information**

Shelly Ann

Shelly Ann

A Study drawing of “Shelly Ann” from Lee Hammond’s “How To Draw Real People” Book series.

TIME:
2-3 Days

MATERIALS USED:
Vellum Bristol Paper
2B and HB Mechanical Pencils
Tortillions
Q-tips

**If you would like to commission me, buy one of my artworks and/or prints, please head to the top of my blog and click either the “Pricing” tab and/or “Prints” tab for more information**

Eye & Ear

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(Eye and Ear) A study of the eye and ear, another fun exercise I did using Lee Hammond’s “How To Draw Real People” book series.

TIME:
2 days

MATERIALS USED:
Vellum Bristol Paper
2B and HB Mechinical Pencils
Tortillions
Q-tips

**if you would like to commission me, buy one of my artworks and/or prints, please head to the top of my blog and click either the “Pricing” tab and/or “Prints” tab for more information.”

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(Mouth and Nose Studies) Credit for reference images goes to Lee Hammond’s “How To Draw Real People”, book series.

TIME:
2 days

MATERIALS USED:
Vellum Bristol Paper
2B and HB Mechanical Pencils
Tortillions
Q-tips

**If you would like to commission me, buy one of my artworks and/or request for prints, please head to the top of my blog and click either the “Pricing” tab and/or “Prints” tab for more information”.

Mouth Studies

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“Mouth studies”. I love doing these little exercises, it helps to loosen up some of the tension I get when working on a drawing. Credit goes to Lee Hammond’s “How To Draw Real People” book series.

TIME:
2 days

MATERIALS USED:
Vellum Bristol Paper
HB and 2B Mechanical Pencils
Tortillions
Q-tips

**If you would like to commission me, buy one of my drawings and/or request for prints, please head to the top of my blog and click either the “Pricing” tab and/or “Prints” tab for more information**.

Sebastian Stan

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“Close up” A portrait drawing of actor Sebastian Stan.

TIME:
A little over 3 weeks

MATERIALS USED:
Vellum Bristol Paper
2B and HB Mechanical Pencils
3B, 2H, 4H and 6H Derwent Graphite Pencils
Tortillions
Tissue Paper
Q-tips

**If you would like to commission me, buy one of my artworks and/or request for prints, please head to the top of my page and click either the “Pricing” tab and/or “Prints” tab for more information**.

Nose study

A portrait drawing…well, more like “study” of noses. References photos from Lee Hammond’s “How To Draw Real People” book series. I highly recommend using her books as “studies” if you ever have the inspiration to draw realistic people, nature, still-life and etc. Her step-by-step instructions are easy to follow and can give you pointers on how to realistically draw just about anything.

TIME:
3 days

MATERIALS USED:
Vellum Bristol Paper
2B and HB Mechanical Pencils
Tortillions
Q-tips

Jen

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A portrait drawing of actress Jennifer Lawrence.

TIME:

A littler over 2 months

MATERIALS USED:

Vellum Bristol Paper
2B and HB Mechanical Pencils
3B and 2H Derwent’s Graphite Pencils
Tortillions
Q-tips
Tissue Paper

ORIGINAL FOR SALE

**If you would like to commission me and/or ask for prints, please head to the top of my blog and click either the “Pricing” tab and/or “Prints” tab for more information.**

Sweets

Sweets

A Still-Life drawing of an assortment of sweets.

Wanting to take a little break from drawing real people, I took a page from one of my Christmas coloring books I bought at a local department store and decided to give it a realistic flair. Hope it comes out good once it is finished.

TIME:
A little over 2 weeks

MATERIALS USED:
Vellum Bristol Paper
2B and HB Mechanical Pencils
Tortillions
Q-tips

ORIGINAL FOR SALE

**If you would like to commission me and/or ask for prints, please head to the top of my blog and click either the “Pricing” tab and/or “Prints” tab for more information.**

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