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My drawing commission is finished and the owner is thrilled – here is Merlin.

merlin final smallHere is a pencil drawing of Merlin the miniature poodle on Fabriano Paper.

Below are a few of MANY unsuccessful photos during our photo shoot for Merlin.

I used an oil pencil and a kneadable eraser.  I like the oil pencil for its blackness and the fact you can smudge if you wish and it can to a point be erased if you change your mind.  Oh and generally it is not dusty and can be sharpened to a very fine point.

DSC02623 DSC02611 DSC02608 DSC02606 He is very cute and quite boisterous.  DSC02605

Miniature Poodle

Miniature Poodle

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Posted by Anne Warren Art on June 17, 2015
7 Comments Post a comment
  1. 06/17/2015

    Very cute! Lovely drawing. 🙂

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  2. 06/17/2015

    Wow, this is really great!!! What a cute little doggy!

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    • 06/18/2015

      Thankyou Ann Christina for your comments. Merlin is adorable he is like one of those dyed t-shirts in that he is darker on top and gradually lighter towards the bottom.

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  3. 06/17/2015
    Sharon Mann

    What a fabulous portrait! You have really captured Merlin. So happy to hear the receiver was thrilled, and they should be!

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    • 06/18/2015

      Thankyou Sharon, It is always a challenge to take on a portrait so a positive attitude is a good start. It worked.

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  4. 07/8/2015

    Lovely work! ~Rita

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