Gilbert Home Portrait

Realistic Rendering of an actual home. Set on an mid-size rural, wooded landscape with a pond behind the home. Copyright 2006 Vincent D. Whitehead

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Anonymous Guest 16 Oct 2015

8TEPJy Wow, great blog post.Much thanks again. Awesome.

Anonymous Guest 17 Apr 2014

EhgnOH This is one awesome blog article.Really looking forward to read more. Fantastic.

Anonymous Guest 28 Feb 2014

4qPi8F Very good post.Really thank you! Will read on...

Anonymous Guest 30 Jan 2014

vMZq7v Very neat blog post.Thanks Again. Want more.

Rita Niblock 17 Jan 2008

OMG....where do you get the patience? EXCELLENT!!!!!

Artist Reply: Rita, thank u again for your kind comments on my work. Patients was never my strong suite. Drawing with ball point has forced me to slow down and take careful consideration of my next drawing move. I don't put pen to paper without thinking it through.

Jerry 01 Jan 2007

Superb, brilliant or most excellent ink drawing Vincent! I love your details, style, reflections, lighting and style!

Artist Reply: Thank you Jerry. IT is always a pleasure to post here at artwanted and your comments encourage me to continue to work. The half tones and values that can be acheived with Archival or 100% acid free ball point pen inks like the ones I use in the Steadtler "Triplus" pens are perfectly suited for the types of works I produce. Thanks again! Vincent

Anonymous Guest 01 Jan 2007

absolutely fantastic Vincent..amazing detail and what finesse! i bet it took ages to complete lol..happy new year :)

Artist Reply: Thanks for your wonderful comments on this one. It actually took just over 32 hours to complete. Lots of layers and soft line work but, well worth it to me. :o) Vincent

helen tyralik 31 Dec 2006

love the detail, well done

Artist Reply: Thank you Helen. The detail work took some time to get done but, I had fun doing it. It is important to any home portrait to find a balance between the details and the less well defined areas in a scene. The home owner will see any detail missing but, will be unhappy with something made too prominent that they don't want. Therefore, it is important to ask lots of questions about the view you will be rendering for them before you get started.

Joke Schotting 31 Dec 2006

I am the anonymous !!!!!

Artist Reply: Thank you for letting me know that. I appreciate it. Wonderful photo work on your part as well. Vincent

Anonymous Guest 31 Dec 2006

Awesome work Vincent!!

Artist Reply: Thanks for your nice comment. Vincent

Martha Miller 31 Dec 2006

very well done Vincent

Artist Reply: Thank you Martha. 32 hours in this one. Vincent

bianca 31 Dec 2006

look at these deatiled fine art.,.....AMAZING work

Artist Reply: Thank you Bianca. I am happy you like it. It was a commission for a local family. Vincent