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Full view please!
It took 7 months, but I finally finished him! I can't believe how slow I am when it comes to drawing, but I am SUPER happy with how this turned out!

A HUGE thank you to ~Beauty17 for letting me use her awesome photo WAO, baby as my reference photo. :D Be sure to check out her gallery!



Materials:
:bulletblue: 6H, 2H, HB, 2B graphite pencils
:bulletgreen: Kneaded eraser
:bulletblue: Tortillans/blending stumps
:bulletgreen: Tissue/Q-tip for shading

Work-in-progress pictures are in my Scrapbook.

Thanks for viewing and God bless! :aww:
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lluvssl Feb 2, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
This is absolutely amazing! You did a well nice job! It's so photo-realistic, at first I thought it was a photo. Keep up the good work!
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:iconpepperbunbun:
Thank you so much! :)
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ChiaraPi Oct 15, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
BEAUTIFUL EXPRESSION!Love 
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osama13 Aug 15, 2013  Professional General Artist
this is an amazing piece of work
please can you recommend any reference books because I'm really in portraits
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:iconpepperbunbun:
Thank you! Try searching deviantart for portraits. That's how I have found a lot of amazing portrait references--just make sure it's okay with the artist to use their photos as a drawing reference. You could always do a general internet search for portraits as well! :)
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osama13 Aug 16, 2013  Professional General Artist
thanks alot ^.^

but i mean references for learning portrait cause i'm still learning it and an expert advice would be helpful.
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:iconpepperbunbun:
Oh, I print out whatever reference picture I use for a portrait and make the drawing the same size as the reference print-out. That way, I can lay the reference picture on top of my drawing then flip back and forth between the picture and the drawing to see if the proportions are lining up. Is this more of the kind of advice you were interested in?
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osama13 Aug 18, 2013  Professional General Artist
thanks for the advise it means a lot for me.
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You're welcome!
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