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Portrait Drawing - The Pout by Judith Angell Meyer

The Pout is a drawing by Judith Angell Meyer which was uploaded on September 30th, 2007.

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Hello Ricky Rayburn. What a nice compliment. Thank you. I like your photography too. The dark clouds and the lily bud titled The Clouds Below. I apologize if I got the title wrong. I no more left your gallery, came here and forgot the titles. Thank you for taking the time to comment.

Wow. Very nice. In fact this is my favorite that I've seen so far on this site.

Thank you so much Adel, for your comment on Miss Pout. This is a very small piece, but it was a joy to draw. Going over that youthful skin took some time. I'm enjoying your work too. I've been going back to see more. Thank you again for stopping by. ~J~

Wonderful...

Judith - Thank you for your comment on "The Pout." It really isn't often a photo is caught with just the expression that has volumes to tell. I didn't take this photo, but it sure did catch her attitude right. Thank you again for stopping by.

Very sensitive drawing. I like it so much.

I must say Barbara, I don't think colored pencils are a tiny step. I mean, I can do the drawing part, and I can choose fairly good color combinations, but putting the pencil on paper just doesn't work for me. I can always see the paper grain and don't seem to be able to smooth it out and layer it. I have seen some very right pieces, yours included, that just seem impossible. Thanks for trying though!

Thank you so much for your comments Meng Tsai, and Barbara. This drawing took me quite a while to make her young complexion so smooth. But I did like the results too. Along the bottom hair line is my signature giving it a hint of shape.

WOW! What a beautiful drawing. I like the composition and how the hair disappear in the light area. I love it.

Simply gorgeous!! You're very adept with graphite.. colored pencil is just a little tiny step over...

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