oh. well done. she was one of my dad's favorites. he prefered ms gardner to ms monroe, hands down.
Wow! When I first read the word glamour Ava Gardner immediately popped in my head. Great illustration. Very well done.
very skilled drawing,she had beauty and glamour-and in her movies,there is always a mysterious shawdow in her
Wow! Your work always impresses me. She's beautiful! You really captured her glamour and her personality. Well done, Amy:>
Beautiful pencil work - the shadings are wonderful and you have paid homage to glamour in a beautiful way!
Very nice line work!
Wow. this is such a lovely and skillful drawing. Great job!
Hello, fellow Ebony pencil user! Hah! Actually that's probably one of my favorite tools for portrait drawing! Nice work! Very solid and confident work!
i love the variety of having smooth soft transitions in contrast and then the looser approach in the hair
love it when you do portraits! this one is wonderful. ava was a hottie, wasn't she?
Very wonderful illustration. I tried going in this direction with a Loretta Young, but I failed miserably and went in a totally different direction. You have succeeded oh so well. Yes, Ava... I think biographers agree that she was Frank's one true love. Nice job.
Oooo la la! So vintage glam.Smooch,The Tart
Really nice. I looked at your other art too, and you have a great range of talent!
Thanks for commenting my sketch. I love your glamourous Ava Gardner!
Hi Amy,I use a few different kinds of markers. The fine line colors are Pigma Gelly-Roll markers. They come in all colors - I have two sets of metallic colors. I also use Pilot silver and gold metallic paint pens and Deco metallic paint pens. The Pilot and Deco pens give a really shiny effect - like leaf or foil. I just go to the art store and spend too much money trying things out! I'd love to see what you'd do with them...I think your work is so fabulous!
I loved Ava Gardner and your illustration is perfection! She is the epitome of Glamour!!!
Very nice! Great tone and value. That border is super fun! Brandi
WOW amazing drawing!
I thought this was a photograph at first! Well done! Love the vintage glam!
very glamorous and realistic! great job:)
There is definitely nothing more glamourous than the classic film stars. When I was in college, I did a series of charcoal drawings of classic film stars myself. Yours inspired me to get back to creating more!! VERY nice!! Yours is FANTASTIC!
She is very retro glammy! Nice drawing. Those eyes...
stunning! awesome likeness.
Beautiful job. You captured not only her likeness, but her essence. Great work!
I'm so glad i happened upon your I.F. It's a wonderful drawing!!! And I totally agree with you about your thoughts on glamour.I really love your cat drawings, too! I think with so many names, I tend to pick names at random and miss a lot of wonderful artists!I will keep my eyes out for more of your wonderful work!
Awesome drawing! All of your work is great --I especially like the watercolor of your cat, entitled, Tranquility. You've really captured the lighting --great painting. Keep Creating! --and thank you for stopping by my blog and commenting about my glamorous queen.Deb
I like the skech.It's really good.
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