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Megan Fox photorealistic by petbet1 Megan Fox photorealistic by petbet1
Another of my photorealistic drawing. This time made only on A4 format.

Material used: A4 extra smooth bristol board, blending stumps, mechanical pencils 0,3-0,5 HB, B2, regular pencil B6, blu tack, white pencil for the signature. Total time 30 hours.
Thanks for watching and faving!

WIP: [link]
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obpjg Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2014
The best draw of MF that i've never seen.
ivedada Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2014  Hobbyist Filmographer
beautiful!! stunning!
PapaGwibbys Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Wow! Fantastic!!
Jezz1276 Featured By Owner Oct 22, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
pcobandeira Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2013
Lindo seu trabalho. Gostaria de ter a oportunidade de aprender com voce.
Paulo Bandeira-Manaus-Amazonas-BRasil
CYeater Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I'm sure that the Bristol helped with smoothness, but my biggest question is how do you keep your paper so clean? Surely you made mistakes along the way on this, so how have you kept the balance of shadow even and still capture intricate details without damaging/wearing the paper and disrupting other areas when you erase?
petbet1 Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
You are right Chris. Extra smooth bristol board really helped with smoothness. 80% of this drawing was made carefully with mechanical pencils (also the dark parts)which are more gently to paper then regular pencils. When I do mistakes I use blu tack, which doesnt disrupt paper like classic eraser.
CYeater Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Is there a specific kind of mechanical pencil you used, or just a general, plastic/metal lead-holder?
Now, I've been hearing lots about blu-tack lately. It sounds similar to kneaded erasers, and I understand kneaded erasers are gentle too, but there seems to be something especially different from it, otherwise blu-tack would just be another kneaded eraser. So how does blu-tack help, compared to a standard, Prismacolor kneaded eraser?
petbet1 Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
No, my mechanicals pencils are non brand and cheap, nothing special:D Blu tack is very similar to kneadable eraser, but it is more plastic (like plasticine) and more powerfull then knedable eraser. And unlike of kneadable eraser blu tack is not crumbling when you use it.
CYeater Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you very much. I'll have to look into getting blu-tack, seeing what beautiful creations it can help make :D
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