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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


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

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    Inspirational...thanks for posting!

    Sketchbook .....critique appreciated
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    Good you like it!
    Will post more!
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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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    Good stuff man, keep posting

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    Amazing stuff

    Look what I did! Vep's sketchbook
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    Amazed of all the great things I'm seeing on CA and this is no exception! Love your work, your values are so spot on (something I find quite hard)! The second image, look at his abs! Incredibly done!



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    Great sense of light on the rear standing female nude! I like the feeling of light moving down the figure starting at the top shoulder.....its all about light, no one really cares how closely you are defining the true object in front of you, that's a personal experience...maybe the joy and transcendence of art?

    ....on the skull, I would like to see the piece more completed with a build up on the areas of light and see the light bouncing around.... how about a some color?
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    Last edited by Will Dickinson; April 28th, 2014 at 05:56 PM.
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    Nice paint,love your works!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Priestley View Post
    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!
    Sorry for been so late! I was involved with a lot of things does days.
    So... Hehe thanks man!! Yeah he is holding a pipe!
    To draw this pose was really hard! The model will twist a lot!!

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

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mana16 View Post
    nice work, really good tonal quality to the charcoal pieces
    Good to heard from you! Love you work man! Thanks
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    "Don't worry about your originality. You could not get rid of it even if you wanted to. It will stick to you and show you up for better or worse in spite of all you or anyone else can do" Robert Henri

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    Quote Originally Posted by krysjez View Post
    Good stuff man, keep posting
    I will man Thanks!!

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    Amazing stuff
    hehe thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Melpomene View Post
    Amazed of all the great things I'm seeing on CA and this is no exception! Love your work, your values are so spot on (something I find quite hard)! The second image, look at his abs! Incredibly done!



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    I really appreciate that! Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Will Dickinson View Post
    Great sense of light on the rear standing female nude! I like the feeling of light moving down the figure starting at the top shoulder.....its all about light, no one really cares how closely you are defining the true object in front of you, that's a personal experience...maybe the joy and transcendence of art?

    ....on the skull, I would like to see the piece more completed with a build up on the areas of light and see the light bouncing around.... how about a some color?
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    Hey Will,

    It took me a lot to figure out how to make the flow of the light ever more visible on the drawing! Because we need to increase in order to see it on the drawing I love it! hhahah

    About the skull you are definitely right! Now I starting to use more colors, lets see what I can do
    Thanks to share your work!!

    Cheers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by luckW View Post
    Nice paint,love your works!
    Thankksss LuckW!
    I will post more, I swear to me!

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    Great stuff! The charcoal girl/rear pose is just beautiful.

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    more work!

    Charcoal and White Pastel on Roma paper 80 cm x 54 cm * 3 weeks
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    Some images of the process.

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    On this one I was having problems with the structure of the model.
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    Another Wip
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    I was studying self portrait and did this Trying some oil colors as well
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    I like the early 'bigness' of your planal approach to the structure of the form Marcelo, thanks for sharing.

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    I like standing man in profile charcoal drawing.

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