Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Progression of a Portrait and Where did the Fall Go?


Is it time to lighten things up a little? To take a deep, slow, relaxing breath and stop to enjoy the....

Christmas Music?


I was in Macy's today with my Mom singing along to "I'm dreaming of a White Christmas" when really I was dreaming of when I'd get my next Starbucks eggnog latte. It snowed here for the first time a few days ago. Was it not just summer? Where did the Fall go? I'm not ready for this year to end.


Anyways, to lighten things up a little I thought it might be neat to see the progression of the portrait I did last month. Every time I start a new piece I tell myself that I'm going to take pictures every fifteen minutes so if I lined the pictures you we could watch a time lapse of the portrait being drawn... only I never do.

Anyways, here it is the few I did snap. Sorry for the funky color...the light is hard to get right in the evening.














11 comments:

  1. Wish I was that talented...lovely work.

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  2. Wow! Girl! I had no idea that you were so talented! What the heck- are you selling? Please say yes!
    BTW- If I were you I'd think about ending my work in to book publishers-especially children's books. They never have anyone that can draw a decent horse!
    I'd like for you to keep us updated on your progress! I am duly impressed!

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  3. That portrait is incredible! Stunning. I would love to have a portrait of our horses half as beautiful as that!

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  4. Hey! I'm new to this blog, got linked over from the mugwump chronicles, and I've gotta say, gorgeous portrait!

    Aboslutely stunning. Did you take lessons or anything? I love to sketch, but I could never accomplish anything even close to that.

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  5. COOL work, dear! You are mega talented. I agree with VG! Try to become a book illustrator!! I can totally see you illustration horse series for children and youth!

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  6. The detail is amazing, it's almost like I could reach out and touch the horse! You are really so very talented!! The veins in the horse's face are just amazingly accurate!! You are awesome!!

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  7. Would you ever considering drawing something for a tattoo artist? My 33 year old mare died last January - we had been together for 29 years. I would love to have a tattoo of her but I can't find someone who can draw her to look like her.

    e-mail me at irideaqha@gmail.com if you would consider this.

    Carrie in Canada

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  8. Thanks everyone!

    Carrie-

    Could you e-mail me at yourportrait@live.com

    Thanks!

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