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Old 06-16-2019, 03:21 AM
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A Vadalia Onion in graphite...

I used a 2H,HP and a 2B pencils on cartridge paper. Haven't actually sat down and Drew anything in some time I've been trying to perfect my quick obvservational and sketching abilities. Oh and I almost forgot in case anyone who hasn't heard of the Tombow Mono Zero 2.3 elastomer eraser click pen it's tiny and awesome and erases cleanly with no damages to paper tooth!
There is something wonderful about the tactical feeling of a pencil or crayon being dragged across a receptive surface!
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Old 06-16-2019, 11:44 PM
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Re: A Vadalia Onion in graphite...

Great going. Not easy to draw from life.
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Old 06-17-2019, 10:10 AM
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Re: A Vadalia Onion in graphite...

I like it. and you reminded me to try again, thanks.
it was at least a year that I had promised myself to draw live and above all small objects or just vegetables or fruit but I just designed a walnut and a chestnut and without finishing them. I have stored the dried chestnut in a drawer with pencils, I don't think it's a very correct thing but I believe that then I will take it back
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