Snow Leopard

Snow Leopard

Snow Leopard

10 January 2006
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Well i finally finished the Leopard. This leopard will be the first of a series of drawings that i will be making of big cats. My next one will be either a jaguar, lion or tiger. But before i can start on that one i gotta finish a couple commissions that i have. Well this one is 11×14 done with pencil on vellum bristol paper. Its elegance and beauty is what caught my attention. The sense is peace but also the sense its ready to pounce when its necessary. Well thank you all that followed my progress.




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  • kat 6 years ago

    ur stuff is AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! i wish i could draw like u.

  • Rayne 6 years ago

    would it be possible if u could send me a step by step tutorial on how to draw big cat i love drawing an i wann a further my artistic abilitties but i need a lil guidence im 17 an the school i go to dont have an art class due to budget cuts…. my email is randparker69@yahoo.com if u decide to help me out… an your work is amazing

  • Maria 8 years ago

    Boy you are amazing!!! I really wanna learn to draw big cats like you do, they are all so great!!! I just love big cats and I love to draw though mostly I draw manga and I use a lot of time on it, but now I just really wanna draw big cats cause I like them so much, and your drawings are just amazing!! Thank you so much for showing them to us and telling us how to draw!! 🙂 If you are going to draw a whole head of lion/tiger/ leopard etc etc then do you think you could make it in steps like you did where you explains how to draw an eye? I would really appreciate that as I soooo want to learn it.

    Once again, your drawings are amazing!!!

  • Pablo 9 years ago

    all your work its amazing , your work are the reason i started to draw animals, how much time you spent in a draw like this ?? congratulations all are amazing draws

    • onlypencil 9 years ago

      thank you so much. Hopefully you enjoy drawing them as much as i do. Well the time it takes depends on the size and the amount of detail. This one took me around a week, drawing 3-5 hours each day.

  • Deepak 9 years ago

    I am beginning to fully understand the wisdom you tried to convey on your other article on Negative drawings. Great job. You're such an inspiration.

    • onlypencil 9 years ago

      great to hear that you are understanding the techniques and how they can all be used together to achieve great results.

  • estivaliz 9 years ago

    wuuuaaaaahhh your work it`s amazing, it looks like a photo it`s too much realistic… i would like draw in this way… congratulations