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Drawing of the day (Big eyes, long hair) / Crtež dana (Velike oči, duga kosa)

Here I am with a new drawing. It depicts a girl wearing an off shoulder blouse. It is appropriate for Spring, I would say. I will have to take a break from drawing with pencil for a while. My right hand is swollen and sore. There is only as much work as our hands can take. I think I will stick with painting for a while.  I should probably give that a rest too. Anyhow, that's all for today. Once again I have included a few 'before' photographs, so that you can see the drawing process.

Evo me s novim crtežom. Prikazuje djevojku koja nosi bluzu golih ramena. Prikladno za proljeće, rekla bi. Morat ću uzeti mali odmor od crtanja olovkom. Desna ruka mi je otekla i boli me. Postoji neka granica do koje naše ruke mogu ići. Mislim da ću se neko vrijeme držati slikanja. Mada bilo bi pametnije da se i toga ostavim na neko vrijeme.  Uglavnom, to je sve za danas. Dodala sam nekoliko "prije" fotografija, tako da možete vidjeti sam proces crtanja.


modaodaradosti


modaodaradosti crtež

tužne oči

sad eyes

long hair portrait


#pencil #drawing #artist #originalart

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Comments

  1. Predivno ti je ispala, jako mi se sviđa! I žao mi je čuti za ruku, odmori barem jedan dan da se malo mišići vrate u normalu i onda opet sve po starom :)

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  2. Meni se sviđaju žene koje se rode na tvojim crtežima.

    Sretno s rukom, čuvaj ju :)

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  3. Molto bello anche questo disegno, Ivana!
    Stai diventando un'esperta in ritratti, eh? :)
    Baci!
    S
    https://s-fashion-avenue.blogspot.it/

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  4. Gorgeous eyes babe! Thanks so much for sharing :)

    XO Jessi,
    http://www.mywhitet.com/zgalleriemakeover/

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  5. Excellent pics (as always)Ivana:) xx

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  6. Hi Ivana! In my opinion everyone needs some rest/ take a break sometimes, so if you feel that you need one from drawing with pencil. I've drawn something from time to time and I totally understand you and your reason for it - drawing with pencil is really time-consuming and it's not (as someone may think) matter of half of hour to end your work. What about this illustration, I really like it, like always I focused on details, well done, Ivana :)

    Take care, dear Ivana!:)
    http://crafty-zone.blogspot.com

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    1. drawing is terribly time consuming for sure!

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  7. I like this drawing you post so much effort into your art.

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  8. You are getting better and better, Ivana. Well done.
    hugs
    Lenya
    Released from Hospital

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  9. Thanks a lot :D

    OOMG seems to be Pocahontas! *.* So perfect

    NEW REVIEW POST | Finally I've tested a TISSUE MASK. Worked it? :o
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    1. thank you, I love the story of Pocahontas!

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  10. Great post dear!

    http://iameleine.blogspot.com/

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  11. love the drawing!
    have a great day
    xx,
    https://savorywarriors.blogspot.co.id

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  12. I love off shoulder blouses so much)))
    Such a beautiful girl from your drawing. Great work as usual, Ivana!

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  13. I'm sorry to hear about your hand and I hope that taking a break will help it to feel better. I had a muscle issue with one of my hands recently and rest, hot compresses and light exercise really helped it along. This sketch has a lovely spring like feel and I always enjoy when you take us behind the scenes of your process.

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    1. This is not the first time this happened to me. I usually try cold compresses (because of the swelling). I'm not sure is it really the muscle tissue that is inflamed, I think it's the tendons. I'll try giving my hand a prolong rest and if it doesn't help, I'll go and see a doctor.

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  14. Dear Ivana, please take care of you! It is not nice that your hand is swollen ... I see you are really hard working in every context! But this drawing turned out so wonderful! I love the hairdo and for sure the off the shoulder blouse!
    Liebe Grüße, Rena
    www.dressedwithsoul.com

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    1. thanks, I'll stop drawing for a while until my hands heals.

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  15. That's really amazing!
    Have a nice evening!
    Gil Zetbase

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  16. nice :D

    Zapraszam :
    unnormall.blogspot.com

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  17. She's so beautiful, Gorgeous eyes!
    Hope your hand gets better soon so you could draw again.

    Kisses

    d'star

    *d'star*

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  18. Nice drawing :) Yes, you're right, washing face with cold tea is good as long as the tea is natural - I mean, it doesn't have chemical aromas like for example lipton's tea.

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  19. It's wonderful! Very beautiful portrait! www.recklessdiary.ru

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  20. Bravo!! An excellent finished product and an interesting process! Sorry about your hand!!

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  21. Such a beautiful drawing as always, my darling! And I love that you have included the drawing process. :) <3 It's always so fascinating to me to see an art piece come to life step by step! Off shoulder tops are my favourite for spring... They are just so feminine and lovely! <3 Thanks for sharing, hun, and I hope that your hand recovers soon! xoxo

    Kay
    http://www.shoesandglitter.com/

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  22. Love your new panintings my dear!

    Jennifer
    http://jennifer-femininundmodisch.blogspot.de/2017/04/chic-auer-haus-chic-im-alltag-daily-chic.html

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