Category Archives: Pencildrawing

Graphite minus ink

Trying to come to terms with my new sketchbook. I found it works well with graphite and coloured leads Yes, he is into Beethoven and the sketchbook is the famous Moleskine.

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Timefactor 1

I have not been drawing for months and that is not a good thing. It ruins your eye-hand coordination for one but generally making all aspects of the drawing ability suffer. So, slumps happen and all you can do is try to … Continue reading

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Requests

Isn’t it grand to get a request of putting up some old work Here is a pencil drawing from 2010 Here is another one done in charcoal

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Not so troubled water

Okay, time to study landscape. I found an old bridge that was looking kind of intriguing. It was done with pencil in the sketchbook and was mainly done to try to handle the values. The ultimate goal would be to … Continue reading

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Where is that comfortzone?

Repetition is the mother of skills so I made another self portrait, still believing in that saying. This time in pencil. Repetition is boring too. I must remedy that with some other subject matter.

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Why copy?

To copy a master is a learning experience and each time you add something new to your skillset. Jean-Baptiste Greuze made the original study drawing that I copied.

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Élisabeth-Louise Vigée-Le Brun

  The good old faithful pencil. It has it all; you can carry it with you always, not messy(like charcoal), and ease of handling(smudging and erasing). This was a copy of Vigée leBrun that I made with pencil. The original … Continue reading

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