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Mercy

Author Comments

This is one of my graphite works. The piece is 14"x17"s, done with drafting tech holders and 3 grades of graphite. The shading and highlighting is done with blending stubs and a putty eraser.
Graphite is my first love, the computer works I have been doing as of late, is a new medium for me.
There is a copy of a poem at the bottom that was first written by myself in 1998. The poem is also entitled "Mercy" and was the way I was able to keep the image I first envisioned fresh in my mind till I had the proper tools to commit her to paper.

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Death is a Lady

I seldom give a 10 to anyone but this drawing is the exception because I love it so much. I usually don't like morbid pictures but this one is strangely erotic. I also love graphite as a medium as well as charcoal and pastels, there is a softness and sensuality that is not obtained with oil or acrylics. There is a saying that I heard while in Viet Nam, "Death is a lady," This drawing immediately dredged up that old memory. BEAUTIFUL AND EVOCATIVE



Woah!

10/10!
I love it!



Really, really cool!!!

Nice drawing, as well as the chilling poem at the bottom!!! Latin on the scythe is well used as well--I take Latin--although "mortus" needs two u's like mortuus, just so ya know



Nice

keep it up



!

Boy , am I glad I clicked the thumbnail. Impressive stuff there


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Apr 6, 2010 | 2:09 AM EDT
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