Nicole #ColoredPencils

Project Description

What was your source for this piece? Online Photo or Website Name of website or photo deviantArt Link to website or photo What type of piece is this? Drawing Share a little about the materials, processes and techniques used to create this piece. To finish this piece took a long time also. To draw the hair had really freaked me out! :) Done with coloured pencils (Faber-Castell Polychromos) on a grey drawing board, size 36 x 24cm. Is the piece for sale? No

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Q&A with A Michel asked:
Awesome work! How long did this take you? Thanks for sharing :-)
A Michel answered:
Hey there, thank you! :) this took me a looong time! I'm studying so I only can do this sometimes on the weekends... it took a couple of months.
ragdoll.21599714 asked:
grey drawing board , is it smooth ? or does it have a tooth ? would like to know.
A Michel answered:
Hey, thank you! :) The grey drawing board is a little bit rough, you can see it on the grey background. the surface isn't very smooth but a little bit soft. so the roughness is balanced. Sry, I can't tell you a special name of the drawing board. Just bought it on my local modelling store :)
Kenneth McCørmick asked:
I have a question about coloured pencils, are there any cheaper alternatives to those faber-castell ones? I'm pretty broke, but I want to start doing commissions and I'd rather not use super cheap pencils, but I don't really want to spend loads when I'm just starting out. Any suggestions?
A Michel answered:
I use faber-castell all the time so I cant't tell about cheaper ones, sorry... But Polychromos are a good investment. The break really seldom while sharpening and the colour and quality is really good. I also can advice Albrecht-Drer-pencils from Faber-Castell but I don't know the price...
Lovely Baker asked:
Just beautiful ~ wow
A Michel answered:
Thanks a lot! :)