March 19, 2015

Marguerite in Pencil


Hey, everyone! It's been awhile since I shared some artwork with you. Here's a pencil drawing of Marguerite from The Scarlet Pimpernel. It was partly a school assignment and partly practice....and partly just for fun. :) I hope you like it!


13 comments:

  1. This is beautiful, Natalie! Well done! Those eyes and eyebrows are stunning! And the nose - Amy March would be extremely jealous.

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  2. You are so talented!!! Like, THE HAIR. It's so good.

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  3. Very well done! It looks very much like her.

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  4. Wow! How beautiful! The eyes are perfect. :-)

    ~Emma

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  5. Awww, thanks so much girls! A funny story about this post: I had it scheduled for yesterday but I wanted to wait and space out my posts more. Then I realized it had already published itself and y'll had commented. :) haha Oh well, I'll guess I'll have to think up some new post ideas! :) Thank you for your kind and encouraging words!!

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  6. This is superb! Can we commission you to draw things? :D

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    1. Haha, thanks! Well, I'm not sure if I have time right now but if you'd like to give any suggestions for what you'd like to see next I may do so. :) Any period drama characters or other movie characters you have in mind?

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    2. Yes of course!! My mother's an illustrator and she LOVES it! XD hmm Brandon and Marianne.. or Downton.. hmm

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    3. Awww, wow! Thank your mother for me! Hmmm...maybe I'll try Marianne sometime....thanks for the suggestions!

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  7. Wow...wish I could draw like that;)
    I think you've quite captured the "essence" of Margeurite in that picture, m'dear. Something about it - and I mean besides the fact that it looks like her, which it does - reminds me of her...
    Sorry, this is rambling...GREAT job!:D

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    1. Thanks SO much, Arwen!!! Haha, no problem, rambling is great. ;)

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  8. So you're an artist too! ;) I love the soft shading, round jaw, and fluffy curls - they all speak to gentle, feminine beauty.

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    1. Why, thank you for commenting, Lauren! And for your kind compliments on my drawing. I appreciate them so much. :)

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