Stevie Wonder by Brenda Smith

Stevie Wonder

charcoal drawing of stevie wonder.
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34 comments
A lovely sketch and looks like him
over 3 years ago
thanks so much Susie.
over 3 years
Excellent charcoal drawing You have blended the medium well and yes it really does look and feel like stevie wonder I think he would love it to!
over 3 years
thanks very much shirley, so glad you like it.
over 3 years
Great charcoal portrait of Stevie Wonder, Brenda, beautifully done.
over 3 years
Thanks for your comment Ermis, much appreciated.Brenda Smith
over 3 years
Oh this is wonderful work, Brenda... Your tones are beautiful, and your blending superb! It looks just like him!!! Well done! :-)
over 3 years
thanks so much Becca, I did my best. Brenda Smith
over 3 years
A beautiful charcoal work! Love the expression of joy!
over 3 years
Thank you so much for your comment Jolante,
glad you like it. Brenda Smith
over 3 years
Wonderful drawing and great likeness! Well done! *****
over 3 years
Thankyou so much Deepa, I'm so glad you like it.
Brenda Smith.
over 3 years
You really got him well portrait 5*
Happy Valentin
nandy
over 3 years
Thanks nandy, happy valentine. Brenda Smith
over 3 years
this is brilliant Brenda, so skillfully drawn. 5* and more x
over 3 years
Thankyou so much for your comment, I am a self taught artist, so do lack a bit of confidence,
but since exhibiting I have gained a little. I
really like Homer it's a very good likeness, my
family and I watch them all the time! Brenda Smith
over 3 years
thank you Brenda. I too am self taught and had very little confidence in anything of mine but, I have found, this site is very good at building up self belief. We just need to believe in ourselves more :) x
over 3 years
This is so true, Linda, It's great to speak
to other artists and get their opinions, and I
hope to see somemore of your work soon! good luck!
Brenda Smith
over 3 years
Very well executed, 5 stars
over 3 years
Thankyou so much for your comment and vote
over 3 years
Thankyou so much for your comment, glad you like it. Brenda Smith
over 3 years
A wonderful likeness and portrait,great charcoal work.5*****
over 3 years
Thankyou so much peter for your kind comment, it is much
appreciated.
over 3 years
Excellent Likeness
over 3 years
Hi Harold, so glad you like the picture, thanks.
over 3 years
Very well done
over 3 years
Thankyou so much.
over 3 years
Brilliant!! Awesome charcoal work Brenda, it's Stevie to a 'T'!
over 3 years
Thankyou so much Sue, so glad you like him too.
over 3 years
Great expression and likeness of Stevie Wonder!
over 3 years
Thankyou so much Jim.
over 3 years
Good stuff Brenda, nailed it on this one x
over 3 years
Thanks so much for your lovely comments, most appreciated.
over 3 years
You've captured lots of feeling in this piece.
over 3 years
Thankyou Richard, I,m so glad you think so, best wishes.
over 3 years
please would you add this picture tojazz portraits?
over 3 years
Dear Grant, thankyou for considering my portrait, it would be an honour to add the picture, but I,m not sure what I have to do, please could you reply and fill me in?
over 3 years
Good work! I like it.
over 3 years
Thank you so much Rauf for your lovely comments.
over 3 years
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