Views of Persephone

April 28, 2016 § Leave a comment

I’m showing two of my black and white pencil perspectives of Persephone’s stone carved face; one from the front and one from the side

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This illustrates how your subject can become more interesting as you explore different vantage points and what they have to offer.81VhSYIpL2L._SX522_

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