New portrait of equines in action ...

The week flew by, left me stranded and swirling pencils in hand!
So, when it came came back mid-week, I ducked swiftly, hid grinning and carried on scribbling happily .

Below the result of this weeks' game of "hide and seek".

Untitled & Unfinished
Pencil on Paper
Sheona Hamilton-Grant. 2011. All rights reserved

to be seriously continued...

Have an ace week-end wherever you are!


Nice trot :-)
I can't really say anything, comment on how talented you are, but I can say that I totally love your drawings and portraits1! And, please, continue with what you're doing!
Wizz, bet you'd love trying to keep up with their speed and noise :D

Liza, thank you for stopping by and leaving such a heartfelt comment. I thoroughly appreciate it! It's great to welcome you to my Black on Grey on White world.
Wendy Mould said…
WOW!! A really neat way to present the horse in action. You do have some very interesting ways to crop your subject. I love your drawings, keep up the hide and seek, it is working!!
Lene said…
Brilliant - this looks great, I really like the action pose in it. Looking forward to see the finished piece!
Wendy, thank you hide and seek seem to be the in game for all sorts these days. Never realised it would follow me into the studio :D

Lene, many thanks! Action, speed and power in were in overload on the day of the shoot. Hope they appear in with the same strength in the finished piece!

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