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James - Pine cone. Abstracted linear form, expressive colour. Oil study

James - Pine cone. Abstracted linear form, expressive colour. Oil study

Charles - acrylic painting developed from A6 colour studies

Charles - acrylic painting developed from A6 colour studies

Pencil, oil paint, a4.Me and my friend Jenny. A rainbow smacked us in the face.

Pencil, oil paint, a4.Me and my friend Jenny. A rainbow smacked us in the face.

Helen - pulses/rhythmic beats. Oil study on acrylic ground

Helen - pulses/rhythmic beats. Oil study on acrylic ground

Paul - abstracted construction site - oil study in progress

Paul - abstracted construction site - oil study in progress

Teresa - Guggenheim.  Architectural lines.  Oil study in progress.

Teresa - Guggenheim. Architectural lines. Oil study in progress.

Teresa - A2 oil & acrylic painting. Developed from negative shape studies.

Teresa - A2 oil & acrylic painting. Developed from negative shape studies.

James - detail of familiar object. 3 tone ink study.

James - detail of familiar object. 3 tone ink study.

Alexandra - Faces. Oil study developed from superimposed line drawings.

Alexandra - Faces. Oil study developed from superimposed line drawings.

Ann - (Detail) harmonic lines - tree bark study.  Oil on paper.

Ann - (Detail) harmonic lines - tree bark study. Oil on paper.

Helen - Acrylic painting -  idea developed from collaged study.

Helen - Acrylic painting - idea developed from collaged study.

Ann -  flat or 'pictorial' space.  Ink study, red cabbage.

Ann - flat or 'pictorial' space. Ink study, red cabbage.

Priya - collage into painting.  Small section of worksheet developed as acrylic study.

Priya - collage into painting. Small section of worksheet developed as acrylic study.

John. Structure, tone, interval.  Ink study, shredded paper.

John. Structure, tone, interval. Ink study, shredded paper.

I have looked at MC. Escher's 'drawing hands' which has been drawn with pencil adding precise details on the hands with the light shining directly from the right hand side of the corner. For my study I decided to use pencil tonal to explore similar marks and have taken a section focusing on one hand.

I have looked at MC. Escher's 'drawing hands' which has been drawn with pencil adding precise details on the hands with the light shining directly from the right hand side of the corner. For my study I decided to use pencil tonal to explore similar marks and have taken a section focusing on one hand.

Graphite or Pencil Drawing Tutorials-how-to-draw-hair-free-drawing-lessonHow to Draw Hair

Graphite or Pencil Drawing Tutorials-how-to-draw-hair-free-drawing-lessonHow to Draw Hair