|Knit Scan Detail #2 from the portrait of Catherine and Dick Marshall|
And to follow up, here is a second detail of Dick Marshall from the same portrait, this time created from three scans which are knitted together from top to bottom.
To learn more about how to knit scans, just google the topic, or click on this easy tutorial I found at about.com.
COMMISSIONING A PORTRAIT
COMMISSIONING A PORTRAIT:
For answers to your questions about commissioning a portrait with me, I welcome you to visit "Commissions" and "Pricing", and review more examples of my portraiture at http://www.monaconner.com .
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A note that on occasion I post drawings from life, as well as drawings of nude models, as it is an important traditional practice which improves my ability in portraiture.
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Sunday, January 27, 2013
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"Emily", approximately 9" x 12", carbon pencil and pastel on gray Mi Teintes paper
And a camera shot of the entire drawing of Emily, 11" x 14"
(regrettably I did not get this model's name, am working on it and will add it here if I can), approximately 9" x 12", carbon pencil and pastel on gray Mi Teintes paper
"Teddi", approximately 15" x 18", carbon pencil on paper
Happy New Year everyone, and I hope it will be a great year for all of you!
Here are some of my favorite drawings from the SVA Alumni drawing sessions in 2012.
Some don't entirely fit on my scanner and some are cropped from a camera shot, which is why they are labelled "approximately" in size. My thanks to Tom, our moderator, and to each of these great models for posing for us, and I'm looking forward to more of these drawing sessions in 2013 when they resume later this month.