I am currently working on a book that will be available in the iBook and Kindle book stores teaching my drawing technique. Feel free to send me your name and email address to be added to a list of people whom I will inform once the book is complete. I will also update you periodically with new art that will appear inside the book.
Drawing eyes is one of my favorite subjects. The eyes say so much about the person’s emotion and soul. When drawing eyes, keep in mind that the iris and pupil are in most cases a perfect circle and needs to be placed at the exact position. I always draw the circles freehand by focusing on the shapes and space around the iris, in relation to the size of the iris.
Eyelashes on both upper and lower lid are clumped together and randomly spaced. Create the eyelash by flicking your pencil outwards allowing the lash to slightly curl with the end pointy and
After spending about 30 hours I finally finished this pencil drawing of Marilyn Monroe. The drawing was done on Canson board. Most f the drawing was done with a technical pencil with 2B lead, a mono zero eraser, and tortillons as blending tools.
I have been on and off busy with this drawing of Marilyn Monroe. I am almost done and simply need to finish the bottom part of the drawing.
The drawing was done on Canson board with a variety of different pencils.
I have been working on this drawing for quite some time using a variety of tools. The drawing is done with graphite pencils and an Ebony carbon pencil for the extreme dark parts.
I like the carbon pencils but I am still searching for a pencil that is easy to blend, yet creates a deep black and flat tone without shine. This drawing is part of an eBook I am currently writing that shows step by step how to draw.