September 11, 2009
I have had many of Dions fans send me messages asking me what medium and technique does he use, and how does he get such fine detail? He generally uses finely sharpened charcoal pencils, varying from soft to medium and hard. For more tips and help on charcoal, I highly recommend The Extraordinary Pencil by Marsha Robinett.
This work Dion did in 1992, it’s one of the first works I laid my eyes on when we met, I think it was love at first site 😉
August 13, 2009
There is something really special about children, especially their young eyes. An innocent light behind the eyes, full of joy, expection, hope and excitement. In my next post, I’ll put up a portrait that Dion did of an adult man. Look carefully at the difference. In this first portrait that Dion did of Kent, he captures the lightness & joy of childhood innocence. Watch the difference behind the eyes of the adult, wisdom, life challenges, trials, times of joy & laughter, sadness and tears. Will be posting the adult portrait soon, please come back to see, or click on the RSS feed to keep up to date with new entries.
July 10, 2009
Delightful! Dion does take all the photo’s and you should see how many he needs to take to get the one perfect shot. Children are wonderful, they really keep us entertained, especially in photo shoots!
Portrait artwork, charcoal drawing