Archive for Pencil drawing
As you can probably tell from the last couple of posts, I’m a big fan of realism. Particularly with a pencil and a smudge stick (to blend it all together!) . However, very recently I was introduced to Alison Lambert’s work to fit in to my A2 level Portraiture unit.
I was really fascinated by her technique and so I gave it a go…
Check out More of Alison Lambert’s work Here
So, this was created last year?! For my AS-Level exam: 5 hours long (wish i could have spent longer on it though).
The project was focused around culture. The image below is the ‘pre-final piece’ …
Inspired by Roy Lichtenstein.
The triptych below was created two years ago during my GCSE year. These drawings encouraged me and motivated me to do more pencil drawings!
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Inspired by the work of George Stubbs and his anatomical layering techniques.
I chose to explore ‘portraiture’ for my A2-level coursework unit.
To begin with, I wanted to find a portrait whereby i could demonstrate a wide variety of tone. Therefore, my first thought was to look at old people due to the wrinkles in their faces which presents a strong contrast in dark and light tone. After much ‘Bing imaging’ I found the perfect image: Ghandi.
This was done with a 2B pencil and a smudge stick.
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I hope you like the drawing. More to come! Let me know what you think.