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Thread: Portrait of a friend's daughter

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    Portrait of a friend's daughter

    I proceeded with pencil on one layer (and a background fuzzy layer).
    Started from a color picture as a reference without tracing or tonal pick and check.
    Hope You like this drawing style too.
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    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Very subtle drawing. And the choice of technique rounds that significantly up!

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    An amazing pencil drawing :-)
    Try to see as many angles of vision as possible...no single one of us has a "handle" on the whole picture.

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    You did capture a glimpse of her personality quite well

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    Fantastic portrait Caesar, I look at her and see her personality that you captured, lovely girl

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    A lovely portrait Caesar, you have such talent in bringing out such character in the faces that you draw.
    Geoff

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    Thank You for Your much kind compliment, dear Strandy!

    I love the pencil and AR simulation of this tool, dear Semd74! Thank You!

    I hope so, but I still have to discover, dear Sandra, since I just forwarded it to her father. Thank You!

    I guess I did, dear EB, otherwise I would have gone on trying before releasing this drawing ... thank You!

    Thank You, dear Pat. She's apparently a little bashful, but a very kind and enthusiastic person and I'm so often grateful to her father always taking care of any problems of any kind our cars may have ... He also takes me to vintage cars meeting I like very much.

    I must say that human faces are always an interesting universe to explore, dear Limey-g. Thank You!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    She is a cutie. Beautiful drawing, done with joy and enthusiasm. I like this work a lot, Caesar.

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    More great work for you Caesar. You remain all over the map, and great in whichever town you show up.
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