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Project 2 Ex 4: Try again

A2 Off white sketchbook paper with charcoal. I used the stump somewhat less, and tried to concentrate more on the overall feel rather than technical accuracy. To be honest I quite like the end result. Continue reading “Project 2 Ex 4: Try again”

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Posted in Art and Artists, Research & Reflection

Maggi Hambling (Revisited)

I was thinking about the exercises, and what “loosely describe” actually needed. They reminded me of the Maggi Hambling Works on Paper exhibition. Much of her work in charcoal could be “loosely described” and yet manages to get a lot over emotionally and in terms of atmosphere. I went back though the book mentioned in the latest article and started to think how that style might be applied within the current exercises. Continue reading “Maggi Hambling (Revisited)”

Posted in Art and Artists, Coursework, Part 1, Research & Reflection

Odilon Redon’s tonal drawings

A quick Google Search (https://www.google.co.uk/search?odilon+redon+tonal+drawings) on Odilon and his Noirs (the name he uses for his tonal drawings) quickly brings a wealth of information. This can be further elaborated by wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Odilon_Redon  Continue reading “Odilon Redon’s tonal drawings”