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Drawing Progress // Feature // Vote

I've dedicated quite a lot of time to this drawing since first starting and after deciding it was ready and then deciding it wasn't, I can't wait to show you the finished piece. Here's a quick look at some of the stages she went through... the full progress images are posted via my Facebook page

Updates: Thank you to Drop Your Art for my recent feature. It's such an honor!
New artwork added to my Etsy Shop
Please VOTE FOR ME in the artFido - fetching art North American Artist Showcase! The most votes wins the contest and you can vote everyday!!

Comments

Amber Locke said…
This is absolutely beautiful. I am enthralled by your ability to make things so life-like and yet, so fantastical. Gorgeous.
Bella Harris said…
Amber, you really just made my day brighter, thank you so much!
Amber Locke said…
I am so happy to do so! Keep 'em coming, please! :)

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