Day 9 - A Graduation
8 monthes ago - By Rita Kirkman
"A Graduation" (conte and pastel pencils, 10x8 inches, from client photo) sold
Another commission from last month. One of my favorite challenges. Her photo was actually printed on a metal diploma, in one of those dot matrix prints that are used in newspapers. I took a photo of the photo so you could see what I mean...
Your monitor or device screen might play havoc with the patterns on this image, but click it and zoom in! Weird!
My client was super happy to have this portrait more clearly drawn. It was the only photo she had of herself at that age.
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