Monday, February 1, 2010

Amalgam


Pencil on grey paper, heightened with white charcoal.
25" x 17"

9 comments:

  1. Sir I do believe that you are one of if not the most intricit,talented, and best realistic portrait artist ever! I hate you in the most respectful way imaginable! lol Seriously man your something excellent!

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  2. Hello, Dirk. Since I saw your art, I returned the drawing with greater commitment than before. I'm still too immature to my point of view. Some people say I'm not, but I am. drawing is to constantly learn.

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  3. so beautiful~! I just discovered you today at the bookstore. I am mesmerized.
    Maybe could you say what brand/grade of pencils & paper you use.???
    I'm sure they don't make the talent and magically produce such results but I like to pretend they might help.

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  4. Thanks for the comments!

    To answer the question:
    With this one I used a pencil Grade B, a black color pencil and a white Charcoal pencil on greytoned Canson Mi-teintes paper (smooth side).

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  5. I gotta ask... how long! I realize you probably don't keep track but an estimate of hours spent would be interesting to me.

    Amazing work!

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  6. I look up to you, with all my heart.

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  7. thanks for your response about the pencils/paper...I didn't think I'd hear back. I was very excited to get a response and have had fun experimenting with this combo. Thanks!★
    Hope you post new blogs soon! Can't wait to see more of that piece your working on! ✩

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  8. thanks for your response about the pencils/paper...I didn't think I'd hear back. I was very excited to get a response and have had fun experimenting with this combo. Thanks!★
    Hope you post new blogs soon! Can't wait to see more of that piece your working on! ✩

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  9. WOW, you are GREAT!!! Greetings from Bulgaria!

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