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:iconcamarogurl13:
camarogurl13 Nov 12, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I would LOVE to feature your work on my website for professional artists www.graphitegods.com! Check it out and let me know if you're interested :)
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:iconlochasnejpa:
Well, I'm not a professional artist at all, but I'll be honoured if you feature my drawing on such nice website among so splendid works :)
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:iconcamarogurl13:
camarogurl13 Nov 18, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Ok I created your artist profile and added a few of your drawings to start. Feel free to register to site and please vote on the other drawings. If there is a drawing in particular you want posted, use the "submit art" button. Thanks and welcome to the elite group!
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:icondogfan54:
you are amazing i wish i was this good keep drawing your so good
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Jayhill Sep 24, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
These are amazing! Is this a natural talent or schooling? Very inspirational to me! i love pencil drawing, i just have not reached your level yet! Keep on drawing!
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:iconlochasnejpa:
Though I don't think that my works present quite high level, nevertheless it's a great pleasure to read such kind opinion. Thank you very much for it!
And well... I've never taken a drawing/painting lessons and generally I have nothing to do with art :D. But "talent" it's a little too strong word in case of me, I think :)
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:iconsx-p:
your work is very inspirational. You deserve far more views than you get.

what type of paper do you use and do you use something else other than your pencils to blend/shade specific tones?
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:iconlochasnejpa:
I'm glad you think so. Thank you very much!

I use an ordinary, stiff, white paper.
To blending my drawings I use tissues and something that is probably called a tortillon.
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:iconsx-p:
thank you so much for your response. i'll try using these techniques.

last question... do you use a eraser pen for the lighter hair streaks?
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:iconlochasnejpa:
You're welcome!
No, I don't use it (but I wish I had one - I guess it's very helpful). I use plain eraser for highlights. I just cut it up on small cubes (with edges about 7 mm in length) and I "draw" the hair streaks with those sharp edges.
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