Laureus signed, new equine drawing

Pencil on Paper, 27x36 cm
Sheona Hamilton-Grant. All rights reserved

What great company he was, alert, attentive, kind and oh so handsome.
Here's the finished result of another good week's work.
I wanted a three D effect.
In order to achieve this I pushed the contrast in the neck and accentuated the detail on the nose . I also used a large format so when the portrait is seen "live", Laureus really comes into the room.

There will be a little canine study next. Running off up to the studio to finish him.
Have a great Monday.


I've been eagerly waiting this one and I'm not disappointed...he's just gorgeous :)
Dors said…
Totally amazing Sheona. This is just so beautiful. The fine detail.. Your the best.

Cheers. with a Shiraz
Anonymous said…
just stunning Sheona!!
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Arti said…
Gail Dolphin said…
Beautiful work Sheona, I love following your blog and wish you much success!
Wendy Mould said…
You definitely have a good 3D effect. Great job.
Lissa said…
This is really beautiful. You do wonderful work, Sheona.
Thank you all once again for taking the time post such nice comments. I'd be lying if I said I didn't care: I do. They warm my heart.
sue said…
Fabulous drawing - and what a very handsome horse :o)

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