Fiona's Fabulous Lily

Fiona's Fabulous Lily
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Gorgeous drawing Margaret, some delicate work involved.

Beautifully drawn and wonderful colours. Well done.

The white tips are clear enough, Margaret. Superb drawing as ever.

I love these lilies!

Beautifully drawn as usual Margaret. The white tips are perfect and the petals are a lovely strong colour yet so delicate. Have you tried Clairefontaine Paint on Gris paper? I like using it for drawing white dogs. My favourite is Bristol Board for coloured pencils but the Gris is quite smooth so takes a pencil quite well.

Wow Margaret, this looks stunning, you’ve done a beautiful representation of the flower.

This is lovely Margaret. The white shows up beautifully and blends in well with the background. I like the little rust bits ( stamen ) ? You have done them so subtly. Hope they didn't make a mess on your clothes. Terrible stains to get out.

Thank you everyone for your very kind comments, I really appreciate them.

I think you could call it Margaret's fabulous lily! Yes the white does show up very well.

a lovely painting of a beautiful flower, one of my favourites well done Margaret

Fabulous lily Margaret really beautiful.

Beautiful, Margaret.

Brilliant Margaret. I understand what you mean about white but it works. Think I must have more patience ( not easy for me !! ) to achieve better results.

Lovely one again Margaret. You make a great job with coloured pencils.

Thank you all for taking the time to comment, glad you like this.

This deserves a WoW! Beautifully drawn Margaret.

Thank you so much Sarah.

Thought I would return the compliment - I love all your work - very sensitive with great colour.

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07/08/2018
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9"x12" Coloured pencil on Bristol Board. I'm just hoping the white tips of the petals show up enough, being white it's quite hard to show up on white paper.

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Margaret Beynon

March 2019 I am self taught, reading from books and watching dvd's and of course YouTube. Watercolour painting was my first love and then I moved on to coloured pencils which I like very much. I have just started using acrylics which are a very different medium but so far I'm enjoying using them…

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