Afternoon Break: Stage 5 – Pencil Drawing

Posted by David Te on January 25th, 2008

I did the steel coffee pot using a brush dipped in graphite pencil powder and a 0.5 mm 2B mechanical pencil. I originally intended to do a glass coffee pot but I was not able to think of a suitable design for the cap, so I just turned it into a steel one.

Afternoon Break Stage 5 - Pencil Drawing

David

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2 Responses to “Afternoon Break: Stage 5 – Pencil Drawing”

  1. Maria Hathaway Says:

    I really love your work. I think the steel coffee pot really works. I also wanted to comment on your Christmas scene pastel painting. You’ve never seen snow in real life?! I live in the mountains of Utah where our house is currently half buried in 3 feet of snow and let me just say you did a wonderful job on the snow in that painting. It looks so real! Seriously impressive! -Maria

  2. David Te Says:

    Thank you for your comment, Maria! I’m glad you like both Afternoon Break and A Christmas Scene. My sister, Faith, and I live here in the Philippines so there is no snow. She’ll be relieved to know, however, that her snow painting looks believable ;) .

    By the way, I viewed your blog and I really like your horse drawing. It’s very realistic :) .

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