Nice drawing Dede. I like him, he looks like he's up to something. I also like how the stripes on the back of the chair repeat the pattern in the squirrels fur. Kind of cool!Is there a story behind this?Julie
Thanks..ya, it was done for a someone I know on a game forum.:)
It's beautiful! So real looking. Did you do this in photoshop?
Oh is he adorable!! TERRIFIC SKETCH! Love the coloring!
This squirrel is great - but I also just looked at your other work and really like it, the portraits, the colored pencil bird ATC's, the cat you drew for Tranquility, the water color boots...well all of it.
I'm with Laurie, all these posts are beautifully done. And the squirrel's fur is so real looking. Wonderful work!
Wow, beautiful work. It looks real.
Fabulous work! It would be nice to hear more about your process etc.
Very cute squirrel... they tend to be quite clownish around our yard--always flitting here and there and up the trees at lightning speed. You've captured him beautifully!
teri, no, all colored pencil.felicity, I used a photo of the squirrel, and lightly drew it, then just went on to colored pencils. :)Thanks all for your nice comments.I have visited most of your blogs as well, and will continue to. Thanks again.Dede
I too really like the repetion of the strips on the chair and the fur. Very nicely done!
Thanks Lisa. :)Dede
Fantastic squirrel Inki, Your works on your blog are all wonderful.
Dede -- this is a fantastic squirell drawing! Just great!
It's absolutely wonderful! Squirrels are a favorite animal of mine. :)
Wow! Great work as usual......*looks to the calendar and notes that it is almost the first of the new year**pulls out his colored pencils and waits for the tutorial to begin*
I like his pose and your style of rendering for colored pencil. :)
Thanks all for your nice comments :)Dede
Excellent study!Cynthia Cynthia Padilla, Editor of Sketching & Drawing for Garden & Hearth Publishing: www.gardenandhearth.com/SketchingandDrawing.htmBotanical Art & Naturalist Illustration. Artists dedicated to the realistic portrayal of plants, flowers and natural science subjects. http://groups.yahoo.com/group/botanicalart
I love it! You have captured this little guy beautifully. The fur is exquisite and I love the colours. The look of surprise on his face is priceless. I am inspired to use coloured pencils more often myself.Jen
Wow this is gorgeous. So realistic. You portrayed the fur - colour and texture - beautifully.
WOW! The texture you have makes me want to reach out and touch him.Karen
Excellent portrait of Prof. T Squirrel on one of his park outings in London. :)
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