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    Charcoal Drawings - Some nudity

    Lolo was a man who ate several pieces of bread a day.

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    They are beautiful, I would never guess it's a charcoal. I never saw anything like this. Didn't know it's possible, and I like draw with the charcoal myself. Thank you so much for posting, the art is wonderful too look and you use of the medium is amazing. Yes, it would be great to see more.
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    Awesome. I love the way the human poses are melded with the animal one. More shadows and a greater variety of values on the faces might help to make them look a little less cartoonish.

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    You see it wasn't me.

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