I drew a picture of Leonardo Dicaprio.
Here's one I drew of Jackie Chan.
Re: A Drawing In Progress
Those are great sketches. Instantly recognizable. One of the things I value highly in a sketch is economy of strokes. With so few strokes, you have captured their likenesses.
here's an old watercolor of a cat on a sunny driveway.
Did you paint that MIH?
Part of a needle work bell pull, I made it in 1997. Eeek, camera phone!
I painted that a long time ago. It was from a photograph in a little desk calendar I had.
Should be drawing it on paper ... in 3 months as hoping to there often during the 2010 summer.
Nice! I used to do some Bargello for pillow covers.
Are those.. pelicans?
Finally found a picture of that beach:
(I was there during the last year winter so sky is not that bright .. and water was too cold)
Based on the gull-wings, I would say gulls.
I started drawing again recently after not drawing for ten years or more. This was my first drawing. People thought it was Martin Lawrence, but it's not.
A few of mine... Haven't really done a lot recently:
In terms of things drawn from life or from a picture:
This is Vivi from Final Fantasy IX
This is a teddy bear that was sitting on a shelf in my parents house:
Gohan from Dragon Ball Z
And a dreamcatcher that I drew off of a picture on the computer
And these are what I normally draw.. I usually start with drawing a line on a piece of paper and just "winging it" from there, without an actual picture set in my head for what I want to draw.
Just a random creature I came up with.. Eventually I'll add it to something else
Another random creature
Another one lol
Maybe something different??... Nope, it's definitely another one!
Yup yup.. you guessed it, another one
Here's a different one... A surreal scene that I drew
Here's a few tattoo's that I've drawn, either for me, for someone else, or just for fun:
A tattoo that I drew for someone
A tattoo I drew for myself that I plan on getting at some point
A tattoo that I drew that I don't plan on getting haha
Based on what there is so far, I vote for the cat.
Here's one of mine of a friend:
I haven't done too many lately, and this was maybe five or so years ago, taken with a low end camera
Thanks, that's a really nice way of looking at it.. What I was doing for a while was drawing a celebrity, sending it to my friend's email to see if he can guess who it is. He rarely got it right. His wife, though, was right on the ball, guessing it correctly every time.
That cat is very good.
I really like the perspective on that.
Thanks. I used to really enjoy painting cats - except black ones. Those are very, very hard to paint in watercolor.
The look on that cat's face is precious!
Curious: did she pose outside nekked?
we were swimming
I like the interplay of angles and fields to define areas
I wish I had taken more photos or even some photos of some that are gone now.--oh, well, that's a reason to do more. I'll dig out some more, and if I can transfer some 35mm slides
I don't know if that's a yes or no. The reason I ask is that I often have trouble with onlookers when I'm taking shots of fully clothed girls, inside or out. I can't imagine the problems an outdoor nude session would cause.
the closest house was about a half mile away, and the road to the pond had a locked gate
haven't you been to nude beaches before?
I've been to Black's Beach at La Jolla, and a few in Jamaica around Negril--that's where Hedonism Resort is.
I was walking down the the beach on Florida a few years aback, taking pictures of all sorts of seaside things. Ahead of me three young girls (like 8 or 9) were playing in the surf, each in a different colour bikini, one orange, one green, one purple. They stood side-by-side dancing and playing, facing out into the ocean.
It was a perfectly beautiful shot. I started to raise my camera...
Thought better of it, and just kept walking...
I have several hand towels with that type of stitching from my Grandmother, tedious work, but so beautiful.
here's what I was doing in the mid 70's:
more of the interplay of angles and fields and parabolas, the college paper chose this as one to include in the article on the show---I'll look for some portraits, they may be all on slides though
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