"A women composition 2" Drawing by Svetlana Malakhova

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"A women composition 2"

Svetlana Malakhova

Russia

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Size: 8.2 W x 11.8 H x 0.1 in

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Drawing: Pastel, Watercolor, Wax on Paper.

My author technique of depiction of human doesn't suit any defenition graphics or painting. It is rather picturesque graphics.
I create picturesque vibes through the effects of pencils and pastel.
But why are vibes?
A human is an energy.
If you look at the human body through the microscope you will not find edges.
That is why I don't use a thechnique of sharp edges and using "sfumato" mostly.
I have been skething already more than 12 years and I tryed a lot of materials, in a searching of something new and unique.
My last discovery is Kohinoor Wax Aquarell pencils.
Diving deeper- it is the whole thecnnique!
There are a lot of ways how to use it
-It is blending,
-it is good in washing out
-sharp edges are possible
-sfumato is possible
Next step - I am adding a pastel. My pastel in round pots and it is very good to use pastel with the fingers from a pot putit on the paper and blend it with the pencils or just use it like a coloring.
Futher it's depend on your fantasy and your wish to create new and unique in art.
Fuoride pencils from my favourite museum MOMA in New York.I am adding it like vitamins in a very small amount. To liven up. Dotty. A mystique glow of bodies in their interplay.
The last stroke -Is DNA -artist's saliva.
It is necessary for washing out of the pencils.
I tryed a lot of different stuff for it like, water,wet napkins. towels, but nothing do best than saliva.
Sometimes my fingers are terribly bitter because of materials on it, I rub my tonque on my sleeve to take the bitter of without breaking my drawing.
I have studied every centimetre of human body in anatomical classes then on alive model and like Leonardo De Vinci in a morgue on corpses to draw like that.


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