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Frozen - Elsa doodle by Lehanan Frozen - Elsa doodle by Lehanan
Finished picture:
Frozen - The Sad Queen - Elsa by Lehanan lehanan.deviantart.com/art/Fro…

=3 Couldn't help. My absolutely new favorite Disney princess.

Sad Elsa is always better than angry Elsa.

30 min doodle. I'll eventually find time to finish it, I hope.
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:iconarsugarpie:
ARSugarPie 4 hours ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
doodle?!
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ZafiroBladen 2 days ago  Student Digital Artist
someone do the " copy" in FB.


the person.


www.facebook.com/kei.mejia

the "drawing"
scontent-b-mia.xx.fbcdn.net/hp…


and the link of the group


www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbi…
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Janespear Apr 2, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Those eyes....I love it all ;~;''''
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:iconaqualide:
aqualide Mar 17, 2014  New member Student Artist
so cool men!!!!!!!!!
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:iconvanniit:
Vanniit Mar 15, 2014  New member Student Traditional Artist
You drew her so beautifully~ love it(: 
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GeeknGood Mar 10, 2014  Student Digital Artist
what kind of pencil do you use?
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:icondiamond2709:
May I try to draw this ? I'll give you credits ofcourse :) ( Sorry for my bad English :$ 13 years old girl from Belgium so :/ ) 
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:iconkikuhonda11:
Someone else is claiming your art as their own
Here is the link if you would like : plus.google.com/10368242351362…
You have to have permission to view the post though
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johnmolinar Feb 27, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
This is amazing work, on the doodle comment, it mostly has to do with the approach, some artists like to put light pencils of primitive shapes that eventually form a subject that comes to life with heavier pencil lines. This looks to be a more direct approach to a tight sketch where all of the line work is part of the finished design and not within the conceptual phase when we are brainstorming ideas on paper. :D
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Swniver Feb 20, 2014  New member Student Traditional Artist
Wich type of mechanical pencil do you use? HB? What about the paper?

Amazing drawing by the way :)
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