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    Charchoal and some oil

    Hello everyone, just want to share some of my recent work.
    Most of then where done with charcoal and oil


    Charcol on Roma paper 80 cm x 54 cm * 3 weeks
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    Charcol on Roma paper 80 cm x 54 cm * 3 weeks
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    Thanks!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Black Spot View Post
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    Thanks so much!

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    Inspirational...thanks for posting!

    Sketchbook .....critique always appreciated
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    Good you like it!
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    Inspirational...thanks for posting!


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    Yes, stunning work! Are the textural marks on the leg close up done with sandpaper?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bri in the sky View Post
    Yes, stunning work! Are the textural marks on the leg close up done with sandpaper?
    Hey Bri in the sky, thanks!!
    No it is done on roma paper, is a very rough paper. When you don't break the fibers of the paper it remains with a texture like this.

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    Sounds like an interesting surface. Always admire those who can use charcoal to great effect. They looks fantastic, well done buddy

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    These are great! I wouldn't wish that second pose on any model though. I can't imagine holding that for more than 10 minutes. Unless... well at first I thought that he was holding a scythe, but now that I look at it more closely maybe he's holding a metal pipe with a rope through it that supports his arms? That might make more sense. Anyways, well done!

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    Really nice work. It is very helpful for me to see someone's finished charcoal drawings.

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    nice work, really good tonal quality to the charcoal pieces

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