Afternoon Break: Finished – Pencil Drawing

Posted by David Te on April 18th, 2008

Afternoon Break Finished - Pencil Drawing
Title: Afternoon Break
Medium: Graphite Pencil
Paper: Canson Grain
Size: 25 × 20 cm (10″ × 8″)

We finally had a chance to update the blog so here’s the finished drawing.

The wall was mostly done using a paint brush dipped in graphite powder and a shop towel. The darkest parts were rendered with an 8B wooden pencil. I also used the same brush on the frames and jamb of the French door and the underpainting of the bushes. To create the leaves of the bushes, I used the 8B pencil. I hope you like it. Please let me know what you think by leaving a comment.

This is number two in the series of five drawings entitled “Coffee”. The first one is on our website and it is called “Coffee, Anyone?

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2 Responses to “Afternoon Break: Finished – Pencil Drawing”

  1. PamYla Says:

    This is so calming and relaxing. Awesome work!

  2. David Te Says:

    Thanks, Pamyla! I’m glad you think so :) .

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