This Elvis drawing was a tough one. But it is finally finished. This is the second try on this drawing, the first one you’ll find here. To see some work in progress photo’s, click here. Elvis in Charcoal #182, A touch of Gold Lamé Charcoal, ink, colore pencil and White chalk on colored paper, 60
Today I took another try on Elvis in Charcoal #182 after trashing the previous one. The reference photo is small so it is hard to see all details. On the drawing table It is fun to draw the Gold, it’s like making a abstract painting. His face is much better than on the previous try.
I wanted to draw Elvis in his Gold Lame suit for a while now. I was thinking about doing the suit in colored pencil but I decided to do it completely with colored pencils and, of course, charcoal, white chalk and ink. The size will be ca. 50 x 20 cm. This is not the
Elvis in Charcoal # 175 is an assignment from an Elvis fan in the UK. After seeing EIC#174 he asked for a drawing of the same size of Elvis wearing his red shirt. It’s always fun to add alittle color… Some work in progress shots Elvis in Charcoal #175, 70’s No title Charcoal, ink and
This is an assignment from an Elvis fan in the USA. The eyes of Elvis and the eyes of her grandson. The drawing is made with colored pencils and has arrived in the USA today! I have used the Elvis reference photo twice before, the first one you’ll find here and the second one here.
Example of a Elvis portrait made with Colored Pencils. Made for the Elvis day of It’s Elvis Time on October 1st in the Hague. ’68 Comeback Colored Pencil on Stonehenge paper. ca. 24 x 30 cm. Available Click here to buy this drawing Follow