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  • Mood: Joy
  • Listening to: jason manns
  • Reading: mastering arabic
  • Watching: supernatural
  • Eating: choc wheatabix
  • Drinking: coffee
*pops head into DA*
Haven't been on here in ages.... :/
Millions of comments and messages......oops....
Will try to answer everyone as quick as I can, then I'll post some new mosaics I've done this year.
Currently halfway through a drawing of Barbossa and Jack the monkey. My first drawing this year as I've been buried under a pile of clay and ink for three months making mosaics.

Debating the idea of drawing A5 size in order to get drawings for a variety of movies and shows, to use in mosaics rather than art prints. As they are shrunk down so much, halving the size of the original image doesn't effect the detail once its on a tile. My Ron Weasley drawing was A5...which is what made me realise that it didn't made any difference to the tile quality and it will allow me to get them done in half the time.

Wouldn't have worked with the barbossa drawing though, cause with jack in there too, there's just too much going on for an A5 drawing....but straight forward headshots would be fine for that size.

Anyhoo, more work, journals, replies coming soon :)

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Kate Perchard
Artist | Traditional Art
United Kingdom
"Everything looks better in black and white... but that's not to say that i'd want to live in a world devoid of colour" ~ me

"Even if you are a little off... it's the little off that makes us the special people that we are.. don't ever lose that" ~ Emad Alaeddin :heart:

www.lupinemagic-art.com
www.emadalaeddin.com

Current Residence: ..... a world of my own
Favourite genre of music: Classic Rock & Metal
Favourite style of art: Detailed and realistic -Graphic Novels, Fantasy art, Pencil Drawings, Sepia sketch, fine ink drawing
MP3 player of choice: as long as i can hear a guitar, who gives a shit!
Personal Quote: Angel or not, i will stab you in the face! - Dean Winchester
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:iconaussienerd:
Aussienerd Dec 6, 2012  Student General Artist
I have a question for you... About how long would it take you to finish an average sized drawing?
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lupinemagic Dec 12, 2012   Traditional Artist
That's like saying, how long is a piece of string....My drawings are A4...but there's no such thing as an average time. A headshot can be drawn in about 10 hours. If there are two characters it could be double that.....if they're wearing plaid shirts you may aswell double it again. It all depends on the subject of the drawing ;)
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Darkerhaze Oct 9, 2012  Student General Artist
Marry me *_*
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Skelzonefire May 31, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
Sorry ^.^' [link]
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:iconraenne90:
Going through your drawings make me want to draw even more!
I'm pretty new to drawing, mind telling me what your different equipments are? :)
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ColdestRage Apr 16, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
I looked through your gallery and practically died in awe! I'm a huge fan of Supernatural and I've seen a lot of fan art but yours is by far the best! It's so real like. I've seen the pictures you use as references and it's like DANG!!!
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:iconfilledepluie:
You are sooo amazing!!! Keep up the good work :happybounce:
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lupinemagic Apr 6, 2012   Traditional Artist
Lol! Thanks <3
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Ze-Platygrapsus-Girl Dec 14, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
And one last thing, your boxes are amazing ! How many time does it take you to make one of them ? It must be quite long !!!
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lupinemagic Apr 6, 2012   Traditional Artist
Hi, Thankyou!
it takes anything from about 3 to 8 hours in total depending on the size of the box and the size of the mosaic.
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