A light grey cat with blue eyes and white markings. This was drawn with coloured pencils on a grey paper with a few white highlights added with an ink pen. Pretty pleased with how this came out, the eyes and some of the fur in particular are quite good. May have been a bit heavy-handed with the ink pen but it’s all a learning process.
Here’s a pic I did late last year from a class I’m taking at ArtTutor.com
Hopefully you can tell it’s a lion. It’s drawn in graphite which can get a particular unpleasant shine if you don’t take precautions. It shows up particularly when taken with flash photography as was the case here. The focus was meant to be on the face which I think I’ve achieved quite well. The body is less well drawn though I don’t think the rear is too bad.
The remarkable output of the 72 year old rock/country grandee Neil Young continues unabated. This, his 39th studio album comes just a few months after organising the release of his Hitchhiker LP (recorded in 1976) and a bare year after the release of Peace Trail. It sees him continue to collaborate with Willy Nelson’s sons, Micah and the band fronted by Lukas Nelson, Promise of the Real. Continue reading “Music Review – The Visitor by Neil Young and the Promise of the Real”
Recently, right-wing mouthpiece, Paul Joseph Watson, passed on the following quote on Twitter from a Breitbart article:
“Christians are by far the most persecuted religious group in the world, with some 90,000 Christians killed for their faith in 2016 alone, while as many as 600 million were prevented from practising their faith.” Continue reading “90,000 Killed for Being Christian Per Year?”