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Shocked mermaid - drawn using chalk

Shocked mermaid - drawn using chalk

Shocked mermaid - drawn using chalk by heylorlass
Shocked mermaid - drawn using chalk by heylorlass

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heylorlass
The name isn't very imaginative I know. But it's 5 to 12 and I'm tired.
I coloured a copy of one of my older sketches and I think it turned out reasonably well. Again I used chalk. I tried to make shafts of light cast shadow over her in the water. And yes, I did give her webbed hands.
This mermaid looks surprised and shocked and is veering away from whatever has frightened her. That's the idea I had when I was drawing her. But she might just look like she is all weird and demented ... but it's all part of the plan !! ( ha ha - she says )
I'm pretty pleased with this overall. It took me about an hour and a half at most.

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Category Fantasy » Characters » Merfolk » Female (Mermaids)
Date Submitted
Views 1430
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Comments 8
Media Other drawing
Time Taken 1 hour 30 mins
Reference My head!

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Dark_Angel_Of_Light on July 29, 2006, 12:08:54 PM

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Dark_Angel_Of_LightAnother terrific pic!! Great job!!! She really does look shocked..... :D

Pencil_Drawn_Wolf on June 20, 2006, 5:32:56 AM

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Pencil_Drawn_WolfHmm She looks more curious than surprised xD Awesome colorings though, ish might just steall it! Muhahawa -runs into wall-

Leo-the-Hippogriff on May 14, 2006, 12:04:51 PM

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Leo-the-HippogriffKEEEEeeeeeeeeeeeewl, love teh color ^______^

Falthee on May 5, 2006, 3:10:05 AM

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FaltheeI'm so adding you to my favorites. I love this pic! Her expression is priceless! Wonderful pose.

Midnight_Crow on March 29, 2006, 12:25:13 AM

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Midnight_Crowooooooo....look at all the colour and detail*is amazed*. Thanks for the comment btw

hobbes on March 28, 2006, 2:50:57 AM

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hobbesOOOOOOOH MAN YOUR ART ROCKS!!!!

heylorlass on March 28, 2006, 12:33:52 AM

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heylorlassReally! Well, the colour variation is due to using the same brush over and over and getting flecks of the previous colours sticking to it. More good luck than anything else.... but hey! It seems to work!
So forget everything your art teacher tells you and Don't wash your brush when using chalk! *lol*

SteveBuscemiObsessy on March 28, 2006, 12:24:33 AM

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SteveBuscemiObsessyBeautiful color variation! *stares in awe at the mesmorizing colors*