April 06, 2010

Koala Finished.

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OK  Koala is done.  Just a touch of Prismacolor on a graphite drawing

Thanks again to Tony for his permission to draw from one of his magnificent collection of Photographs.

You can find Tony's photos here.  

46 comments:

Pat said...

Stunning!

Daliana Pacuraru said...

Wonderful, Doreen...Amazing how you can use those pencils!Congratulation and best wishes from Romania! We don't have Koala here, but now, I have one from you! Thanks!

Unknown said...

Perfect in every way Dors - the touch of colour sets the rest of the artwork of wonderfully - you should be so proud - I love it!!!

Unknown said...

Pat. Thank you so much for your kind comment. It's appreciated so much.

Unknown said...

Wind. You are so kind and I am glad you like it and I can share something new with you.
I appreciate your comment. Thank you for your wishes and back at you from downunder.

Unknown said...

Karen. Thank you so much for your lovely comment, coming from an a wonderful artists that you are, I am so flattered.
Hugs.

Tony said...

Doreen, your drawing of the Koala is simply brilliant. Stunning detail all over. The detail in the fur is incredible. You must be very proud of this and I can see there would have been many hours of fine detailed work there. Your drawing looks like a high quality photo and I too love that touch of green as well.
You are an extremely talented artist, congratulations and well done on a very fine work of Art.

Thank you for your very kind comments on my collection of Photographs I am flattered.
Tony

Jesús Belly 3114 said...

Es precioso!!!!!

Autumn Leaves said...

Doreen, that addition of green is inspired! It just makes that little fur baby stand out even more beautifully. Gorgeous work!!

Unknown said...

Hi Tony.
Glad you like the Koala. I really enjoyed drawing it. Thank you so much for the Ref photo use.

m1 Designs said...

Absolutely love it and the green leaves make a wonderful addition. It reminds me so much of my little Monkey that I get to adore every day.

Unknown said...

Jesús Belly Thank you.

Unknown said...

AutumnLeaves. Thank you for your kind comment. Glad you like the Touch of color with the leaves.

Jan said...

Oh my, Doreen! I thought this was the ref photo! It's so detailed and the fur looks soooooo soft. Like that touch of green also!

Janet Pantry said...

A truly gorgeous picture, Dors! You are so skilled with those pencils. I really like the addition of the green leaves too, an original touch! :)

Sally McLean said...

Magnifique!! I love that finishing touch of the green-strident colour!! Amazing!!

Unknown said...

Jan. Now that is a huge compliment. Thank you so much for a lovely compliment.

Unknown said...

Janet. Thank you so much for a lovely comment. I do like the touch of color on graphite where I can get away with that.

Hugs.

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Unknown said...

Sally. Thank you so much for your kind comment. I do like the touch of color on some graphite drawings.

Unknown said...

Thank you Maria. Yes it reminded me of the Monkey drawings too. Love the color touch to some graphite pieces.
Thanks for your kind comment. always appreciate to input.

Colette Theriault said...

Amazing job Doreen! Love the splash of color on the leaves!

Unknown said...

Thank you Colette. Hugs

Unknown said...

Great job Dors, I too like the bit of colour to contrast)

Unknown said...

Thank you Sam. Glad everyone like the bit of color. Ta much for the nice comment.

Sue Clinker said...

I'm late commenting (sorry - breaking in a new computer) :o)

Beautiful work as always Dors - I just love the purposeful expression on his/her face!

Unknown said...

Thank you Sue for such a kind comment. Hugs.

I hope the new computer works out great for you.

Lene Daugaard said...

wow - wonderful drawing. Love the fur, and those nails :)

Unknown said...

Thank you Lene. Nice to see you.
Thanks so much for visiting. Hugs.

Krista Hasson said...

Wow! I think this is my favorite so far. The fur is outstanding and the touch of green really makes it

Unknown said...

Thank you Krista for a lovely comment. :D

Daliana Pacuraru said...

Thank you again for your visit on my site.... Here , in Romania is early spring: rainy days, sunny days.... Best wishes and I wait for the next drawing...ha ha.
Congratulation for Koala! I like it very much.

JoanSicignanosfineart.blogspot.com said...

Magnificent. Dors I love the little touch of green accent. Oh, I admire your work so much. Thank you for sharing.

Unknown said...

Thank you Wind. your so kind. Next drawing is a commission. a gorgeous dog... a Pug.


Joan. Thank you so much for your very kind comment. I admire your work too. Hugs.

Becky Joy said...

Absolutely beautiful. It amazes me what you do with a pencil. What patience you must have.

Wendy Mould AFCA said...

Lovely work, I love the touch of color to add a little interest to the composition. Great work.

Brenda Hill CDM said...

I want to cuddle him Dors, so cute

Unknown said...

Becky... Thank you so much. I just love the graphite pencils.

Wendy. Thanks for your kind comment.

Brenda.. Thank you. They are cuddly and cute. I have held one at the Zoo many years ago.

Belinda Lindhardt said...

This is beautiful Dors I love the limited colours :)

I must get on with that book your work would be so fantastic in it :)

Gwen Bell said...

I commented on this early on, but it bears repeating...this is fantastic Dors. The addition of the green leaf finishes out so perfectly. Congrats on the sale!

Unknown said...

Thank you Belinda a lovely comment.
Oh yes, have you been able to get started on the book yet? I know you were very busy there for a while.

Unknown said...

Oh Gwen your a sweetie. Thank you so much for popping back in to comment again.
Hugs

Debra Keirce said...

What a strong piece Dors! Excellent work!

Unknown said...

Thank you so much Deb. :)

Lisa Daria said...

the just a touch of prismacolor is just right - your technique makes him look so soft and squishy - I love your mastery of the medium.

Unknown said...

Thank you so much Lisa. I appreciate your visit and time commenting.