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    Tree Dancers coloured

    I started with a revisit of some pencil drawings that needed to be reworked, and the colour pencil was the best way to do that rework. The original 13" x 19" drawings (now gone forever) were reformatted to 8" x 10" prints on a light card stock, and then entirely reworked with pencil, colour pencil and a dash of micron ink to bring them back to the original concept. After I saw how the colour pencil was looking I wanted to explore this further. Iíve been asked different times about doing my Dancers in colour. Here is a selection of them.

    I have posted my Tree Dancers in other threads if anyone is interested in taking a look at the original posts.
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