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Thread: Katherine Heigl

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    Katherine Heigl

    For the first time I'm using only Crayons and Palette Knife as ScottF suggested: "Try using crayon on a portrait some time. Its smoother than the chalk and blends almost like oils". Seems much harder then Chalk but yes, blends almost like oils.
    Because I'm not spending more then 15 min a day on this one, it will be a while until is ready. In the meantime hope you will enjoy the WIP.
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    Wow Monicka, you're off to a great start. Yeah, the crayon tool is pretty surprising, for those of us who haven't used them in more than 40 years :-). Keep us posted with what you did... it's coming along great!
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    This is looking excellent Monicka. Nice info about about the crayons too. Fascinating. Looking forward to seeing the end result.

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    Monicka, This is looking awesome. The crayon is my favorite tool also but I think it's all in what you get comfortable with. most of my work on paper in the real world is graphite. I find that the crayon tool memicks this pretty well. Can't wait to see the finished product!
    "The significance is hiding in the insignificant. Appreciate everything."
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    Thank you Yachris, Tolhaller and Sketchism71!
    I don't know how crayons or chalks acts in the real world, I never used them so...

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    looking good monicka!
    i've always thought her eyes looked so sad, and they do in your work too. love it!

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    Thank you Earthmama! Hope you like the final one too

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