Thursday, 6 November 2014

Pencil sketches!

I thought I'll share someone of my drawings on here seeing as I haven't done it before. Also, I'm out of blog post ideas. XD


It started with this kid! I never knew I had it in me for pencil sketching until I sat down to draw this baby.
I did this pup for my Cousin for her birthday!
I kinda got obsessed with animals! Xd

Probably my favorite! I named him Ellie! Because once upon a time I had this dream where I had a horse and I had named him Ellie.

This is baby me.


Again, for a friend's birthday! I think my friends have more of my drawings than I do!


I really love close ups! I love working on a drawing that brings out the expressions!
So, yes. :D
What do you guys think?

21 comments:

  1. Manisha you are so talented! Thanks so much for sharing these gorgeous sketches :)

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  2. You are so amazing! Love all these. Have a fun-filled Friday!

    Ps: I followed you on GFC. I hope you can follow me too! (if you haven't yet)

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    1. Haha! Thanks!
      I'm taking a look right away!

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  3. Wow, great drawings,you are so talented! :)

    I followed you so if you could follow back: esfashionup.blogspot.com

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    1. Thank you too for lovely comment on my blog, but I can't find you between my followers on GFC, can you subscribe again?

      Thanks again.
      Kisses

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  4. Oh wow, these are just gorgeous! I love them! I think my favourites have to be of the animals if I am completely honest, especially the horse! But then I really like the last one, of the mother and a child as well. Keep on sketching, because these look fabulous ^.^

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    1. Thank you, Olivia! <3 I like the animals myself. The drawing of the mother and child is special too. It was such a pleasure drawing that. I did it twice! one copy of it for myself lol

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  5. Beautiful Manisha! I love close-ups too and my favorite is the mother and child you captured that tender moment!

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    1. Hi Kim! Welcome to my blog :)
      It does bring out the mother child bond!

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  6. OH my gosh, you're so, so talented! Your skills are really shown in the sketch of the horse, how incredible - although you're studying law, I hope you find a side-career with art as these are fantastic! :)

    http://aglassofice.blogspot.co.uk

    x

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    1. Hi! Thank you! I would love to find time for art but honestly I am not exceptional at painting!
      Thanks again!

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  7. Very beautiful and expressive drawings! I especially love Ellie, it's perfect!

    Bella Pummarola

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  8. Hey,
    I really like your Blog! Awesome Photos and interesting Stuff. Do you want to support each other and follow via GFC? If yes please tell me and i follow back. Lets stay in touch. :)

    Greetings Sophia xx
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  9. This is beautiful! So clever x

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