Noxchi Yu lives in Antwerp, Belgium. She works at CHANEL. She has a passion for pencil drawing that she explores the emotion and human form through realistic pencil drawings. She witnesses the reflection in one’s eyes and draws it in pencil. The image and the glistening pupil with the eyeball featuring matte finish present the textures such that the portrait looks real to jump off the page.
Noxchi Yu has a knack of getting stunning details in the eye itself and this helps her in bringing out the physicality of the image as portrait. She loves drawing faces and feels each face is coming up with an intriguing story. She is able to dissect visually the facial features, regardless of the gender, background, age, or race. She creates the drawing portraits as interlude series using a pencil sketch, the most humble instrument.
The pencil drawing portraits are images that are realistic. Each drawing presents pencil sketch and is in black and white. Creating these pencil drawings is helpful as you sharp the pencils. There are expert techniques to create some exceptional art.
Right from the kid stage having strong artistic tendencies is apparent and it develops as fine art. The artistic impulses keep channeling and on setting a baseline she drew portraits. Measuring success is a big challenge as the subject must look perfect. It should be more subjective and the demonstration of drawing is to reach every single aspect. Portraits are perfect only when you pay attention to every detail and also focus on the right techniques. The emphasis of her portraits is on facial features.
Noxchi Yu draws accurately is her precision in observation. Her skill initially determines the results and how credible it will look. Drawing portraits was like meditation. She focused on the edges, brightness values, precision, and transitions. Her focus on precision is that brings depth to her realistic portrait pencil drawing. The brightness value is how she creates the illusion in her painting and creates a depth.
Each part of a portrait has a different relationship that creating brightness values is important. She maintains the characteristic. She goes closer to get the focus of eyes and the texture. It is because in a portrait drawing the eyes bring out the intensity and rest becomes less noticeable. She prefers keeping it natural and maintains the black and white bringing the depth of her pencil drawing. Complementing it are the juxtaposed light and dark areas of the portrait revealing the realistic drawing.
The edges are soft or sharp; the texture of the object is retained. Her portraits look sharp and present soft edges. You can see the objects such as hair; fabric and the shadows feature soft edges. It is less clear and sharp even when Noxchi Yus portraits are placed at a distance. The transitions are always her keenness to give special attention. All these details master her pencil drawing art. The perception of pencil makes her sketch realistic portrait drawing using pencil and she works on her principles comfortably.
Realistic Pencil Drawing
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