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    Here is my second attempt at plate 5. I realize that the reason my drawings look nothing like the original, and that I can't get them dark enough is because the original was probably done in charcoal.

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    Hey bunrt-ice, you can get these dark values even with a 2h pencil. You need very thick paper for that and a lot of patience. But the way, or one of the ways, to do that is by making circular movements with your pencil. And don't put pressure. That way you should be able to get the dark tones you are aiming for.

    Here is a link (click) of one of my older works that has been done that way. Those dark tones are done with a 2h pencil. It just takes time.

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    Thanks, I'll try that.

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    Third attempt at plate 5. This time in charcoal, I think it still needs a bit of work.

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    Onion.. And garlic.

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    Last edited by OakLeaf; June 20th, 2012 at 07:52 AM.
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    Bargue drawing course plate 1.

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    Plate 2.

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    The last two look nice Bunrt-Ice!

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    great onion

    and I really like that classy studies

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    Plate 3

    Thanks D.Labruyere and thanks veela!

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    Last edited by OakLeaf; June 21st, 2012 at 06:56 AM.
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    Plate 4
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    Last edited by OakLeaf; July 5th, 2012 at 05:15 AM.
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    Bargue Drawing Course Plate 6 ^

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    my sister ^
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    some figures from imagination. ^

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    ur last updates are pretty good. i especially like the bargue studies!

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