*XRlS' rendition of ~KarmensPhotos' beautiful photograph "Green Eyes" is not only a loyal statement to the original source of inspiration, but also an exceptionally captivating, vibrant and technically accomplished work of art.
The clever use of white is, in my opinion, the main contributing feature to the impact of this drawing, next to the hypnotizing mixture of blues and greens in the eyes. Another noteworthy aspect is the way the softness of the original photo is maintained here, albeit conveyed with a more lively emotion, and of course, the artist's inevitable touch of personality.
My only negative remark would go to the faint white whisker stroke noticeable slightly above the center as it simply doesn't seem to go well with the overall flow of the drawing. Despite being a visible detail on the original shot (although much less distracting), I think this drawing would've been better off without it.
All in all, a fantastic contribution to the Traditional Art gallery! Well done!
Oh my god! This is sooo great! I love the cat, it looks so cute and innocent. The eyes are pearly and real. The picture is very colorful and looks like the photo taken. The fur look so fluffy I wanna use it as a pillow!
ok, now i need to know : how on earth can anyone have enough patience to draw/paint fur ???????? and, you must be at least 150 years old to have had the time to make all your stunning artwork - admit it ! amazing. <3
good question this one.. Imagine that i dont have patience (at ALL),no i am not 150 y old it seems i have become rather fast with pencils still i need to develop my skills with acrylics and oils and YOU my dear are a very sweet girl!
actually i DO remember very clearly the hours i spent on this one.It was 3 days in all,if you consider that i am working 7-12h per day then this one took me around 23h in total. And this is the time i dedicate to my drawings (in average) 3-6 days considering the difficulty and the size,but most of them are A4 so its not a big deal. For me its harder to work with acrylics or oils on canvas because the scale is getting bigger there,noway i can finish an oil painting 70x100 cm in 5 days because i am no God. I dont mind the questions at all,ask away.