Lucius and Narcissa Malfoy
Nov. 20th, 2004 @ 02:37 am
Lucius and Narcissa MalfoyRating:
GLink (or lj-cut): Would you like constructive comments?
Yes, please.Is this a WIP (Work In Progress)?
This is my first attempt at drawing HP characters semi
realistically. Done with watercolor pencils on watercolor paper. For kirixchi
^o^ I'm glad you like it!
Thanks! Much appreciated. :D
...Oh...wow that's amazing.
Simple yet so very gorgeous! I adore their eyes, so well done!!
That is really very lovely. I especially like the way you drew the eyes and the subtle coloring of the eyes and skin.
I'm glad you like it! Watercolor pencils rule
. I love their haughty, bored expressions. The eyes are particularly stunning, but the whole picture is gorgeous. Thanks for sharing!
Thank so much! I never thought of it that way (haughty, bored expresions) and now I look at it differently. I appreciate it. ^^
|Date:||November 20th, 2004 02:25 am (UTC)|| |
Jesus.. That is adorable! :)
|Date:||November 20th, 2004 02:52 am (UTC)|| |
Wow This is Beautiful.
I love the faint smile on Lucius Malfoy's face. Stunning effect. You've captured his patrician looks marvellously - that high forehead, the straight nose, the noble brow, lovely clear grey eyes shadowed so percectly, and those fab cheek-bones.
I like the way Narcissa is looking at him, a glancing way.. you given her such lovely, blue tip-tilted eyes. Gorgeous picture.
Say, may I friend you?
Wow! Thanks for the feedback! I'm so happy. :D
I'll definitely friend you back. :)
That's lovely, Lyra! I've seen your D/G art and it's all gorgeous. Lucky Steph!
Thanks so much! :D And thanks for friending me back! ^o^
That is LOVELY! I especially like the fact that it is such a close-up on their faces.
Thanks so much! I was apprehensive about the close-up at first, but I'm glad it came out somewhat decent. :D
Oh, this is so beautiful. :) I love their eyes and their expressions, and Lucius' near-smile is definately great. :33
I love how well they fit together, and the ice-cold colors you used. The interesting part of the composition is that there isn't a detail on either separate face that you focus on (though her eyes, in particular, are lovely), but that the eye is immediately drawn to the place where their faces touch.
Wow! Thanks for the feedback! I really appreciate it! :D
O____O omg that's LOVELY _O_!!!!!!!! *stare.....*