"Grandad's Story" finished graphite drawing.


"Grandad's Story"
graphite on paper, 33x25cm

This is how my pencils render love.
Thank you for patience ( a whole three weeks of patience) have a lovely week-end.


Comments

Jeanette said…
That's so lovely. The rapt attention of the child to her grandfather's words is captured so well.
Stephanie said…
Absolutely beautiful!
hbedrosian said…
Beautiful, Sheona! The little girl's expression is priceless, and adds a lot to the story of the piece. I love how his hat sort of fades into the background, and how you can't see his whole face. Very well done!
hbedrosian said…
Beautiful, Sheona! The little girl's expression is priceless, and adds a lot to the story of the piece. I love how his hat sort of fades into the background, and how you can't see his whole face. Very well done!
Grahame Butler said…
Beautiful work Sheona, you can almost hear him telling the story.
Laura said…
This is beautiful Sheona - well worth the wait:)
Thank you all so very much.
(Have decided to wrap and lay under the Xmas tree for the Grandad in the portrait :)
I wish you all a great Christmas and loads of warm special memories to brighten your new year.
Tracy Hall said…
Really beautiful peice, Sheona - what an expression you have captured on that little face! One lucky grandad this christmas :)
Thank you Tracy:)
Merry Christmas to you up in Bonnie Scotland.
Ana Tirolese said…
This is fabulous. What a wonderful piece. It is well rendered and beautiful.
Jo Castillo said…
I'm a little late in checking this out for the finish. Wow! This is so nice, you captured a wonderful look on both faces. I am amazed at your work. Love the Christmas card, too.

Happy New Year!
Thank-you Ana and Jo...Happy New Year from over here:)

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