An artist's diary and daily paintings
What a gorgeous little guy! I love when children still show that joy of life in their beautiful faces. He is perfection, Arti!
Great portrait ! Congrats.
Wonderful one, Arti.
So very well done, Arti! What an adorable boy.
The drawing is wonderful. You captured the innocence in being so happy.
Great work......as usual!! Bravissima Arti! Ciao.
This is really beautiful.
Beautiful Arti. :) You've captured that carefree happiness of children so perfectly.
Wow you're really talented!I wish i could draw like that!:)
To draw so beautifully and to capture the essence of this little fella in pencil and charcoal, is fantastic.
Very nicely done, Arti! Smooth shading.
Thank you so much, dear friends...I am so glad that you liked it.
Arti, This is an amazing portrait of this young lad. Brilliant infact. All the best Arti.Vic.
Thanks Victor.I appreciate it.
I love your black and white portraits, Arti. This one is so fresh and the one of your son so expressive. Beautiful work!
Very nice work Arthi
Thanks Vicki, I appreciate it.Thanks a lot, janaki.
What an amazing portrait. You really capture his emotion. I've noticed that even when you talk of having problems with your art, it's incredible work. Thank you for showing us what you think is a mistake. Have you read about Da Vinci's life? He was always experimenting, finding ways that the medium didn't work. Keep on experimenting!
i just loved it..:) no more words to write...made a smile on my face..i liked the spark shown in eyes of boy..:) lovely..
Thanks JB and Aparna..I appreciate it.
JB, my art is all about learning from mistakes! :)
very beautiful! Are you from India? I am from India but I live in Canada. very talented woman.
beautiful sketch. you are a very talented artist!
This is a very nice post! Thanks for sharing.., i love itTips on Pencil Portrait Drawing - Preparing the PhotographRegardless of whether your pencil drawing ends up being a perfect work of art depends to a high degree on the sort and nature of your illustration instruments. Scott Johnson