Graphite portrait of child
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Here you will find one of my finest examples of a graphite portrait of child.
I’ve been doing drawings of children for years and they are one of my favourite subjects, I often do drawings of my daughter to give as gifts for Christmas.
Graphite portraits are my favourite medium when it comes to people.
The customer came to me a few years back looking to commission a graphite portrait of her child.
A little about the pencil for this post graphite portrait of child.
The first graphite grading scale is a numeric scale. Using this scale, the hardness of the core is often marked on the pencil — look for a number (such as “2” “2-1/2″ or “3”). The higher the number the harder the writing core and the lighter the mark left on the paper. As the pencil core becomes softer (through the use of lower proportions of clay) it leaves a darker mark as it deposits more graphite material on the paper. Softer pencils will dull faster than harder leads and require more frequent sharpening.