Adorable

24 May 2012


Today’s incandescent Adora Portrait was drawn with colored pencils, zest-it and Pan Pastels on Pastelmat. It was gifted to Adora by Karen Hull, a professional fine artist specializing in realistic artwork in colored pencils from Sydney, Australia. Here are her Google+ and her blog, her RedBubble & Zazzle stores, her etsy, flickr & Bonanza portfolios. Here is the portrait on her blog where it is also used as one of Karen’s step by step tutorials: How to do a Portrait using Coloured Pencil and Zest-it Solvent.
Karen wrote that she chose this photograph because of the lightning in it, even though it was used earlier by Bayani E. de Leon and Marion Lokin. Thank you so much, Karen!
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When you click on the ‘Adora Art’ tag, you will be able to see the complete progress of this project since the first portraits of Adora were made

Today’s incandescent Adora Portrait was drawn with colored pencils, zest-it and Pan Pastels on Pastelmat. It was gifted to Adora by Karen Hull, a professional fine artist specializing in realistic artwork in colored pencils from Sydney, Australia. Here are her Google+ and her blog, her RedBubble & Zazzle stores, her etsy, flickr & Bonanza portfolios. Here is the portrait on her blog where it is also used as one of Karen’s step by step tutorials: How to do a Portrait using Coloured Pencil and Zest-it Solvent.

Karen wrote that she chose this photograph because of the lightning in it, even though it was used earlier by Bayani E. de Leon and Marion Lokin. Thank you so much, Karen!

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When you click on the ‘Adora Art’ tag, you will be able to see the complete progress of this project since the first portraits of Adora were made

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