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Old 10-28-2006, 09:30 PM
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This wallpaper features Europe's young Princes (not yet ruling).

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I'm not sure were to post it so I just decided to post it here

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Old 11-18-2006, 04:33 PM
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Old 11-21-2006, 04:21 PM
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My avatar & signature for Christmas, to bad, but I can't use pictures in my signature so I decided to share it with you guys like this!

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Old 12-06-2006, 01:47 PM
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My avatar & signature for Christmas, to bad, but I can't use pictures in my signature so I decided to share it with you guys like this!

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Could a moderator please move my previous post to http://www.theroyalforums.com/forums...er-1060-8.html thanks ahead!

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Old 02-16-2007, 04:00 AM
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Old 02-15-2008, 04:12 PM
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Here's Diana's portrait. (WIP and Final)

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Old 02-16-2008, 10:58 AM
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That's a lovely drawing, TheTruth. Thanks for sharing.

Do you have Lee Hammond's books on drawing? Another good book for learning to draw is Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain. The last two chapters cover how to draw portraits and it is a must have for anyone who wants to get better at drawing.

I think the hair in your drawing is particularly well done. Do you have a link to the photo you used? There looks like there's something slightly wrong with the eyes, not much but when you added the hair it became more noticeable.

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Here's Diana's portrait. (WIP and Final)

First WIP (Looks like a clown )


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Beautiful TheTruth absolutely beautiful.
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Old 02-16-2008, 12:40 PM
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That's a lovely drawing, TheTruth. Thanks for sharing.

Do you have Lee Hammond's books on drawing? Another good book for learning to draw is Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain. The last two chapters cover how to draw portraits and it is a must have for anyone who wants to get better at drawing.

I think the hair in your drawing is particularly well done. Do you have a link to the photo you used? There looks like there's something slightly wrong with the eyes, not much but when you added the hair it became more noticeable.

Cheers and happy drawing!
Thanks ysbel and sirhon11234. I really appreciate opinions and critics on my drawings ; helps me to improve . I don't have any of these books but I'll look for them. Thanks for the tips . Here's the picture with the drawing next to it :

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I had already noticed some differences and comparing with the pic helped to see what I did wrong. At the time, I was fairly happy with it but I'm much more critic about it now .
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Old 02-16-2008, 12:49 PM
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TheTruth! That is truly beautiful artwork--you have a wonderful talent. The effect of the entire piece is wonderful--the ears are superb, the hair wonderful, and the earrings--you caught the curvature perfectly (that is tricky for some)---keep drawing! I look forward to more of your work.
You know, I'll bet you could do some wonderful drawings of the various tiaras--in Munn's Bible there are drawings of tiaras and necklaces by the various jewelers that they had submitted for approval before making the piece. I'll bet you can create some fantasy jewels or just draw a nice rendition of some pieces.
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Thanks ysbel and sirhon11234. I really appreciate opinions and critics on my drawings ; helps me to improve . I don't have any of these books but I'll look for them. Thanks for the tips . Here's the picture with the drawing next to it :

ImageShack - Hosting :: dianaandrefpicbysensibllb2.jpg

I had already noticed some differences and comparing with the pic helped to see what I did wrong. At the time, I was fairly happy with it but I'm much more critic about it now .
Its still very lovely, TheTruth! I took the liberty of replacing the photo with a link so that your post would follow Empress's instructions not to post the original photo here.

Artists are ALWAYS very critical of their drawings after they look at them for awhile. That's how we learn and grow but you already know a lot.

On this particular picture, I noticed that the tilt of the eyes didn't follow the tilt of the head but that is a very common mistake that all artists do at least once!

I look forward to seeing more of your work. Perhaps you can post some work as you're doing it? This way if something looks off in the beginning stages of your drawing you can get feedback in time to make a minor adjustment.

I'm looking for a picture from the Portrait poll to do and post here but I haven't found one that really excites me and I think I can do well. The portrait of Margrethe is lovely but its too small for me to get the detail.
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Old 02-16-2008, 02:03 PM
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Its still very lovely, TheTruth! I took the liberty of replacing the photo with a link so that your post would follow Empress's instructions not to post the original photo here.

Artists are ALWAYS very critical of their drawings after they look at them for awhile. That's how we learn and grow but you already know a lot.

On this particular picture, I noticed that the tilt of the eyes didn't follow the tilt of the head but that is a very common mistake that all artists do at least once!

I look forward to seeing more of your work. Perhaps you can post some work as you're doing it? This way if something looks off in the beginning stages of your drawing you can get feedback in time to make a minor adjustment.

I'm looking for a picture from the Portrait poll to do and post here but I haven't found one that really excites me and I think I can do well. The portrait of Margrethe is lovely but its too small for me to get the detail.
The choice of the picture is very important to me. Like you, I need to have a picture big enough to get the details right. Thanks alot for your encouragements

Here are some works I've already finished :
Lady Diana and her brother : Queen Elizabeth II on Coronation Day : Diana and a homeless : Princess Diana :
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TheTruth! That is truly beautiful artwork--you have a wonderful talent. The effect of the entire piece is wonderful--the ears are superb, the hair wonderful, and the earrings--you caught the curvature perfectly (that is tricky for some)---keep drawing! I look forward to more of your work.
You know, I'll bet you could do some wonderful drawings of the various tiaras--in Munn's Bible there are drawings of tiaras and necklaces by the various jewelers that they had submitted for approval before making the piece. I'll bet you can create some fantasy jewels or just draw a nice rendition of some pieces.
Thank you so much for this lovely comment . Drawing tiaras is a very good idea. I don't know how it will turn out, though. I'm not a very imaginative person so I'd better try to draw from a picture than creating my own . If you have a specific piece in mind, please send me the pic .
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I'm looking for a picture from the Portrait poll to do and post here but I haven't found one that really excites me and I think I can do well. The portrait of Margrethe is lovely but its too small for me to get the detail.
Is there any particular royal you'd like to draw ? Or from a specific country ?
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The choice of the picture is very important to me. Like you, I need to have a picture big enough to get the details right. Thanks alot for your encouragements

Here are some works I've already finished :
Lady Diana and her brother : Queen Elizabeth II on Coronation Day : Diana and a homeless : Princess Diana :
TheTruth--these are spectacular. Honestly, the one of Diana and her brother was just beautiful--and it made me very sad for the Earl--regardless of their relationship at her death, they were close as children. It is really a remarkable piece of craftmanship.
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TheTruth--these are spectacular. Honestly, the one of Diana and her brother was just beautiful--and it made me very sad for the Earl--regardless of their relationship at her death, they were close as children. It is really a remarkable piece of craftmanship.
Thanks again, jcbcode99 . My mother convinced me to send it to Earl Spencer and 2 months later, I got a reply from his private secretary. That really lightened up my day .
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