Here’s my finished coloured pencil drawing of a lion. I call him Noble King. A lot of hours went into this fellow, but I had a lot of fun with it. I love to focus on all the tiny little details. I’m quite happy with the result as well.
The original is listed for sale, and instead of selling an unlimited amount of prints and products of it on Fine Art America, I decided to sell high quality limited edition prints of it. Have a look on my website Remrov’s Artwork.
Right after finishing my pencil drawing of a brown bear, I started with a new drawing again, a baby elephant. For quite a while I wanted to draw another elephant, so I’m having a lot of fun with it. I truly love elephants, they are so majestic and beautiful, and very intelligent as well. I hope you like my drawing so far.
The last few weeks I have been working on a new pencil drawing, and this time a Cape Buffalo. The drawing took me in total around 90 hours and I had lots of fun with it. I find Cape buffalos very characteristic because of their strong bodies and their big horns.
The original is listed for sale on my website: Remrov’s Artwork
And prints are also available on Fine Art America 🙂
I donate part of the proceeds to Chengeta Wildlife, an awesome organization that fights against the poaching of African wildlife.
I just love lions and I’m having lots of fun with this drawing.
I have entered a contest on Fine Art America with my latest elephant pencil drawing. There are not really any prices besides the fact that when I win, my drawing will show up higher in the search results which may lead to more sales, and more donations to Chengeta Wildlife, an organization that fights against poaching of African wildlife.
Who wants to vote for my drawing?
Down here is the link
I finished my elephant drawing. The drawing took me in total around 70 hours. I had to get it scanned at a professional printing company since my own scanner is too small.
I’m going to donate 25% of the proceeds of the original drawing and also of the prints to Chengeta Wildlife. An organization that fights against the poaching of wildlife in Africa.
Making progress with my elephant drawing. Working on the lower parts now. When this is finished I’m going to go over the whole elephant globally to add shadow here and there to create more contrast.