Comment by ken bambury on January 15, 2012 at 4:09pm

hey lyle g**** work !

i have been trying to w****** what medium this picture is  pencil, pen ,ink,or photoshop?

Comment by Lyle Brown on January 15, 2012 at 4:17pm

Hi Ken and thanks! I drew this on 50lb Strathmore paper using 2h, 2b and 6b pencils. I used blending stumps, cotton swabs and tissue to smooth the texture.

Comment by yvette robinson-sarasola on January 30, 2012 at 8:16am

Hi   Lyn wow  ! fantastic drawing g**** detail in your work and with a very realistic look of a  the plane and i like how you have shown  movement in the prep-la  ti very slick  From Yvette in Australia

Comment by Lyle Brown on January 30, 2012 at 3:15pm
Thank you Yvette. I appreciate you having a look and for the kind comments.
Comment by yvette robinson-sarasola on February 2, 2012 at 4:15am

Hi Lyle sorry for the bad spelling of your name before .How long have you be drawing for and are you self tort or did you study art and where?  do you draw very day ?do you draw from photo or from the real thing ?and do you have any add vice about improve observational drawing skills ,do you use other medium s in your art work .from YVETTE

 

Comment by Lyle Brown on February 2, 2012 at 8:07am

No problem Yvette. I didn't think a thing about it. I'm self taught. I've been doodling for since I was small but didn't start taking it seriously until 2002. Yes, I draw every day (or at least try to). I use photo references sometimes but not always. I like to be as detailed as possible so many times a photo reference is required. I use all sorts of mediums. I just didn't post everything here. My web site is http://lyle-brown.artistwebsites.com/

The big thing I learned about observational skills is to really draw/paint...etc what you see. Learning "how" to look at things is a huge part of it. I think it's an acquired skill that comes with practice. At any rate, the most important thing is to have fun and not be too hard on yourself. Everyone is at different levels when it comes to art and I've yet to see anyone do a piece to absolute perfection. That being the case, you and I don't need to be perfect either. Take care and thanks for stopping by!

Comment by yvette robinson-sarasola on February 7, 2012 at 7:10am

HI Ken thanks for answering my questions and your feed back on my work ,Yvette

Comment by Lyle Brown on February 7, 2012 at 7:55am

You bet. Glad to.

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