Gentle Compassion: the 12 week drawing process


Gentle Compassion

Gentle Compassion

Several people have mentioned that they thought it would be nice to have a post that shows all 12 jpegs taken of Gentle Compassion during the drawing process.  Using IrfranView software, I was able to re-create the images in panoramic view that documents the process.

infran gentle compassion 1st 4infran gentle compassion 2nd 4infran gentle compsssion 3rd 4

Once a drawing project is completed I’ll post the process as I have above.  Let me know if this is helpful.

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14 Responses to Gentle Compassion: the 12 week drawing process

  1. Mona says:

    You know I love this one. The best works always grab you emotionally and this one certainly does.

  2. JSD says:

    Thanks so much for sharing the whole process at once.

  3. eastwitching says:

    very sensitively done Mary:)

  4. mamiesmith says:

    That’s so cool to see it all together! It’s a beautiful piece.

  5. What a powerful piece, Mary, the amazing details of human hand on horse. The process is wonderful.
    Your talent is wonderful!

    • Mary says:

      You made my morning all the more special Marylin, thank you for your gracious and kind comments. There was an emotional pull, how interesting that a hand on a horse can create such a powerful response.

  6. Stefano says:

    What a great idea, Mary! It is fascinating being able to see the step by step evolution of this beautiful drawing: thank you for sharing this.
    Have a wonderful weekend!

  7. Great idea, Mary. This is such a moving piece, my dear.
    Have a great weekend! 🙂

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