PENCIL PORTRAITS : Mahatma Gandhi, GANDHIJI

Art of Drawing: Every pencil drawing involves us to work in stages: first is the preparatory phase in which we make out our mind about the subject matter and actually sit for the work, with pencils and other materials like an eraser and a bunch of paper. This event (!) follows the stage of some lines on the paper, defining the outlines of the subjects to be drawn; this is called the Line Drawing Stage in the language of art. 

GANDHIJI, originally uploaded by Artist Anikartick 'invites You..'.

The Portrait: Here in this portrait of Mahatma Gandhi, the artist has done a marvellous work just by the use of lining. We can call this pencil drawing one of the finest examples of the lining work. However, the artist has done some shading work, too, but the beauty of the drawing comes mainly from the well-defined outline of Mahatma Gandhi's face and the skilful pencil strokes.

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