Too lazy to fix the contrast errors on Photoshop. Lol.
Anyway. I've got the hair all done, except for the little section in the top right corner, gotta add some more hairs to it. Just need to work on the Capri Sun pouch some more and it's all done.
Graphite on Bristol Board 14x17"
Used: HB, H, 3N dynagraph, 6B
Also a question I get a lot, I will answer it here. What is a dynagraph and where can I get them?
A dynagraph is a special non-lead based(it's plastic based instead of lead) pencil that architects used for draughting on mylar film before computer programs were invented for designing out buildings. The pencils come in N0, N2, N3, and N4. They are extremely hard and smooth when put on paper, technically harder than a 9H and it has great consistency. My dad had many of them from when he was first starting out as an architect after he graduated from college a few decades ago. I was looking through his supplies because he lets me use them and I tend to find some neat stuff in his office for my art. I came across the pencils and tried them out. They worked awesomely. So my mother and I drove out to Los Angeles to this architect supply store and found out that they did not make the pencils anymore because of the invention of the Cad(sp?) system on the computer and more advanced technology, and this store only carried the last of them. So I bought the whole box of them... Thankfully they don't use up fast, I barely have to sharpen them... So. Yeah.