This one was so much more challenging than the last, and I’ll just say this now - it was NOT happening with George’s eyes. Mostly his right eye. No matter what I did, I couldn’t get it right, so that’s why one of them looks a little funky x) I’ll try my best to fix it before I send them off though…
Other than that, I’m really quite pleased with this! William turned out really well, despite the never-ending battle with colouring his shirt. It honestly felt like it was going on forever!
As this is my last drawing for George’s birthday, I also wanted to take the time to thank everyone for their kind words about my drawings, whether it was on the first one that I did of Kate and George, or just comments on my progress pictures. They’ve all made me smile so much and I really appreciate it!
I probably won’t do another drawing for a while - I’m all out of energy after those two x) But if anyone wants to request a picture for me to draw at some point, I’d be more than happy try :)
I’ll upload a photo of both drawings together, before I send them off. Probably tomorrow, but I’ve still gotta write up my little letter! I’m hoping, with a first class stamp, they’ll arrive in time :)
Oh! Here it is and it’s FAAAAB!!!!
This is perfect! Very well done! You HAVE to do more!
FEBRUARY 27, 2013 -Prince Harry meets partially sighted children at St Bernadette’s Centre for the blind a project supported by his charity Sentebale on February 27, 2013 in Maseru, Lesotho. Sentebale is a charity founded by Prince Harry and Prince Seeiso of Lesotho. It helps the most vulnerable children in Lesotho get the support they need to lead healthy and productive lives. Sentebale works with local grassroots organisations to help these children, the victims of extreme poverty and Lesotho’s HIV/AIDS epidemic. Cathy Ferrier was appointed as Sentebale’s Chief Executive in March 2012 and is spearheading a fundraising initiative to build the Mamohato Centre which will provide psychosocial support for children and young people infected with HIV. Prince Harry is due to pay a visit to Lesotho this week to catch up on his charity’s progress and meet key children who will be supported by the charity.