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The Idea by orinoco1973 The Idea by orinoco1973
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Wolff's Carbon Pencil on canvas 16 x 20 inch.
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FireYuuki Sep 4, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
He looks so real! It's great!
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orinoco1973 Oct 3, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
Thank you so much
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iSaBeL-MR Nov 21, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Wow! This drawing is brilliant!
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orinoco1973 Nov 30, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
Thank you very much
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chong-yi Oct 3, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
i never tried drawing on canvas yet. what is the difference?
is it easier for graphite pencils to apply on? and is the surface easier to blend? create details?
thank you in advance =)
i love this drawing, and i like the freckles and dark background
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orinoco1973 Oct 6, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
Hi thanks, this is the second drawing i did on canvas board, the canvas has a rough texture but the charcoal goes on easy, graphite no way, i tried graphite and it just slides over the grooves in the canvas and your left with lots of tiny white pockets which looks awful, charcoal is very powdery and fills all the little grooves in the canvas,you can make it even smoother looking by using your finger to blend, its messy but fun.
regards
Damian
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chong-yi Oct 6, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
oh it is a very clear explanation! thanks a lot!
but i guess charcoal is not that easy to draw on smooth paper rite?
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orinoco1973 Oct 7, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
Charcoal on smooth paper is fine but i would rather use a rougher texture for charcoal work.
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chong-yi Oct 7, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
hmm i guess i still need a lot of practice, thanks!
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