Winter Competition - winner & WIP

fevereiro 04, 2011,6 Comments

I finally took the time to announce the winner of the Winter Competition!
And the winner is... Valerie Nijssen!
Valerie sent me 3 beautiful pictures related to Winter and it was hard to pick between two of the ones she sent but I ended up chosing this one, I love the mood of it...

And here's the first WIP I have to share with you! The picture isn't the best but you can get an idea ;)
I'm absolutely enjoying drawing this picture of Valerie and although it will still take some time to get finished (specially to work on the texture of the beret!), I'm pretty excited with the outcome. I hope you'll like it too!

Furthermore, I've been thinking on titles for this drawing... so far I've only came out with Winter's rose or Winter's goodbye... feel free to leave me your suggestions!

Today I'm having some pain on my teeth... my wisdom teeth (or third molars, as you wish) are growing up and it hurts a bit. I've always been quite late with teeth so I guess it will still take some time for them to come out. They started aching sometime ago but only today, when I was drinking coffee and I started feeling some pain, I've realised they're finally coming out. Let's see if I can draw a bit even if not very comfortable.
Have a great Friday, weekend's coming ;)

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6 comentários:

  1. Name of the rose
    or Pure Love
    or Follow me
    xD i think u'll like it

  2. wow thanks for all the great suggestions ;)

  3. i just love what you did!! i loved those stock photos of valerie beautiful and i'm so happy she won she deserves it congrats valerie and awesome wip ester!!

  4. thanks, Katerina! :) Valerie is indeed very beautiful, it's being a pleasure drawing her!

  5. Hi! I found you on Eat Sleep Draw. Your drawings are so lifelike and gorgeous! Do you use graph paper, or how do you get the proportions so accurate?

    Lovely work :)

  6. wow thanks for the compliment! :) I used a cheap paper for this one and graphite pencils :) I draw free hand so I think proportions are a matter of practise ;)