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Materials used for this:
A3(42x29.7cm)cartridge paper, various grades of pencil ranging from 5H to 5B, HB & 2B mechanical pencils(0.5mm), blending stumps, tissues, cotton buds & erasers.
Materials used for Alice:
A3 (42 x 29.7cm) 250gsm extra smooth Bristol board. Various grades of pencil ranging from 4H to 5B.
HB and 2B mechanical pencils (0.5mm). Blending stumps. Tissues and cotton buds. Putty eraser. Standard eraser.
Materials used for Keeping Secrets:
A4 smooth cartridge paper(220gsm),HB & 2B mechanical pencils & various grades of pencil from 2h to 5B.
A4 cartridge paper, HB & 2B mechanical pencils, various other grades of pencil, blending stumps, cotton buds & erasers.
Materials used to draw Doctor Who - The Pandorica:
Size A3 cartridge paper (420mm x 297mm),.HB and 2B 5mm mechanical pencils, HB 7mm mechanical pencil, various different grades of pencil ranging from 2H – 5B, blending stumps, tissues, kneaded & normal erasers.
Materials used to draw Eliza:
HB & 2B 5mm mechanical pencil, HB 7mm mechanical pencil, various grades of pencil ranging from 2H – 5B, blending stumps, tissues, kneaded & normal erasers, eraser pencil. Drawn on A3 cartridge paper (42x29.7cm).
A very old portrait.
Back then, I hadn't really done much in the way of portrait work. This was one of my first attempts. Definitely room for improvement here. After this I studied, read tutorials and did several practice portraits to try and improve them. The studying paid off though, the standard of my portrait work was much higher from that point on and would continue to improve.
A bit of a mix of materials were used.to do this. HB pencil for the main and pastels on some of the darker areas and hair