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A Few Portrait Drawings

These are a few portraits I drew from the texts "Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain" by Dr. Betty Edwards, and "Dynamic Figure Drawing" by Burne Hogarth. Both books I highly recommend if you want to learn to draw on your own.

Computer Portrait

Drawn with a Graphics Tablet using the GIMP art program. 
Text: Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain


Pencil and charcoal on paper. 
9 by 11 inches. Drawn from an exercise in Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain

Planning My Move

Pencil on Paper, 
9 by 11 inches, Drawn from an image in Dynamic Figure Drawing


Pencil on paper,
11 by 16 inches,
Drawn from a sample image in Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain

Thanks for checking out my drawings. If you are interested in the books I used to learn from, click on the following Amazon Links


or you can check my Art Resources page

Frank Sirianni aka Foxxfyrre
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