Three in a row_

Title: Three in a row. Paper: Saunders WaterFord Series. Cold Pressed. Acid Free. 300 gsm. Charcoal: Camel Compressed charcoal sticks. Sudha 68 White crayons. Size: A3. Brush and Stumps used for smudging Total hours: 20 hours.(Second Commission work completed successfully.D )

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  • Hi Stephen, thank you so much for taking time to comment. Great uplifting words! you are very kind to say such kind words. Truly appreciate it. Going to check out your works. :)
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     Hello Prasad,  Love what and how you captured what you did here !  and in charcoal too !!!  Very tempermental stuff charcoal.  It is clear that you put a part of yourself in this drawing, results like this do not come without that extra something.. Well done... look forward to seeing more of your horses... we share a similar path, on to the next one, can't wait :)

     

  • Hi Parani, thank you so much for your kind words. Very true, need to have patience to make these horses. Appreciate you taking time to comment. 

    Hi Manu, thank you so much for taking time to comment. Glad to read your kind words. Appreciate it. 

    Hi Prabha, this one was tough than i thought before i began it. Glad you noticed the smoky textures. :). Appreciate you taking time to comment.

    Hi HDraw, thank you for taking time to comment. Appreciate your kind words.

    Hi Arun, thank you for taking time to comment. Horses most of the time have that exploding viens decease. lol. Appreciate your kind words. :)

  • you keep them close, now they all have the exploding viens decease. Please quarantine. ;-)
  • Expressive drawing. Like the mixed media effects.
  • Superb work!
  • Excellent one Prasad , ur having too much patience to make such a powerful horses....!
  • Hi Soman, thank you for taking time to comment and your kind words. Its A3 size paper. :)

    Hi Prosenjit, thank you for taking time to comment and your valuable inputs. Surely will try the tinted gray paper next time. :)

    Hi Karen, unfortunately no, however i've always loved horses. A client of mine as commissioned six horse works. Hence working on these commissions. Its great to do what we like and also get paid for it. Thank you for your kind words. :)

    Hi Anil, thank you for taking time to comment and your kind words. :)

  • Lovely work!
  • Prasad, WOW....beautiful work..do you own horses? very real life-charcoal can be very tricky to work with, fine job!
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