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November 9th, 2002 #1Registered User
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Traditional Self Portraits
these are the ones that were missing from last month and some of this month, the ones i did at home over weekends. i wanted to work in color continually, so i dropped the pencil idea and started using crayons. im finding them quite to my liking (and well suited to my wallet :p ) the green one is of my girlfriend, just thought id include it because i like it. any comments are welcome, as is any crayon art if you got it :p
and this is the one i did for the first (actually second, i had no time after getting home on the first and didnt wanna use a quicky as the tribute to andrew) which reminds me:
andrew, thank you for the inspiration and for sharing your beautiful work. because of your dedication and ideas, i am now a workhorse, i never sit still and am finished with everything way in advance. ive also made more work in the past 2 months then in all of last year. i am proud to be a part of this forum, and to be among such great artists. this is my first attempt at observational sculpture, be gentle :p it was done with super sculpey.
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wow crayons! that's a great idea..so cheap but still so effective....i really like the portraits...crayons have a unique quality...like sketching in color.