'Laurel Holloman' by Alison Sinclair

'Laurel Holloman'

This lovely lady is from 'The 'L' Word' & many other films!

My second attempt at a pencil portait.

Loved doing it & it was a great learning curve! So any of your comments would be greatly appreciated!
I've been thinking of getting some prints of this one done, I've had such a great response from The 'L' Word followers I think it may be worth it! Email me if you are interested!
Prints of this drawing are now available at http://celebritiesandmoreportraits.webs.com/
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21 comments
Your sketches are beautiful - the detailing so fine. Love these. From Mike
over 4 years ago
Lovely pencil work Alison, especially the eye and hair work, very well done, love it 5*
over 4 years
beautiful work
over 4 years
Allison. You're a natural. Please don't stop now. Great!
over 4 years
Very beautiful piece, ...and this is your second attempt? Wow! keep going
over 4 years
Very nice work Alison
over 4 years
Superb drawing...I like this woman ( i dont know her..:-)..)But she is beautiful and her eys so loveble!.Very attractive too...Very well done Alison..
Kind regards, Robert
over 4 years
Very beautiful portrait, Allie...I love the details, with a softness about it as well...great artwork, indeed! 5***** Sincerely, Doris
over 4 years
Excellent five star work!
over 4 years
Excellent drawing. wonderful detail.
over 4 years
Beautiful eyes,well done!
Kind regards!
over 4 years
You have some pretty good artwork Allie
over 4 years
Beauiful
over 4 years
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Alison SinclairMy Name is Alison but I prefer to be called Allie!
I have always been fasinated by art of all forms. My dad was my inspiration as he always dabbled with water colours & oils when I was a kid & I thought 'I'm no good at maths, no good at english but I would really like to paint like my dad!' So I did as best as I could at school but was told I wasn't good enough to do 'O' level. This put me off for quite a while but then in my twenties I decided to get the brushes out to prove that teacher wrong! So here I am now completely self taught!
I have noticed PopArt seems to get less comments than other forms of art, is it because it is thought of as a 60's thing or is there another reason?
Hello Graham,, love this very much dear. I'm not sure about PopArt and it's popularity , but I've ''sold'' many drawings,, more of a contemporary style,... view answer
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