It took me 6 months to finish portrait of this beautiful woman.

Hello everyone!
In this video I would love to share the portrait I have been drawing 6 months, during my quarantine especially. Great way to practice social distancing!:) It is a graphite pencil drawing on a paper. I hope you like the result! If you do or you enjoyed the video please don’t forget to leave a like and subscribe!:)

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The drawing was mostly referenced from a captivating photograph by Aiony Haust:

The woman in the portrait: Aidana Sahari

TOOLS / DRAWING MATERIALS I use for my realistic drawings:
– Bristol paper
– graphite pencils
– paintbrush
– pencil eraser

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