Category Archives: landscape art

“Amongst The Lilies Fair” – still life drawing

A great big “Thank You” to DGG who has been kind enough to send me photos of her flowering garden plants. She has a nuclear green thumb so if anyone reading this is having problems with their garden, just send me an email and I’ll put you in contact 🙂  Continue reading “Amongst The Lilies Fair” – still life drawing

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The Gardenia – still life

Short and sweet here folks: another attempt at still life, only this time it involves flowers. I have to admit, this one was a bit difficult due to the delicate touch required to render some of the textures and effects of the drawing. Hope you enjoy!  Continue reading The Gardenia – still life

UNTAMED

This is going to be pretty short and straight forward post with the photos showing progress and completion. I drew this using Wolff’s 6B carbon pencil in a manner that is similar to some of my older long drawings. Enjoy.  Continue reading UNTAMED

From Out of The Mist

I’m going to write quite a bit about this drawing because there are lots of things that I want to discuss regarding how this piece came together and many of the things I had to consider. But since I know there are really impatient people, I’ll suggest you scroll down to the bottom of the blog to see the “finished” result.  Continue reading From Out of The Mist