Woman – Charcoal Drawing

So, the woman has been successfully transferred to the sketchbook.

With a few changes of course.

I wrote about the background of this drawing in my last blog..https://stoneronarollercoaster.wordpress.com/2017/09/10/unburdening-brick-by-brick/

All I will say is I didn’t know what I wanted but somehow she managed to find her way from some foggy mysterious place, traveled to the darkness and finally settled into the crevices of paper.

Maybe someday I will add more details to it, but today is not that day.

I would highly appreciate feedback as it’s my first charcoal drawing that I have drawn straight from my imagination without any help.

Thank you!

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  1. This particular advice has nothing to do with the post, it’s just a generic statement that might help you. For charcoal drawing, instead of using the overused dark tone – middle tone – light tone try using dark tone – light tone. They give brilliant contrast.
    For the drawing, it’s quite good.

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  2. Here I am. lol. Not sure I can say it exactly the way I see it as my words don’t flow quite as easily as yours, but I will try. I see it as someone/ something timid, quiet, not particularly wanting to be noticed (bowed head) and yet wings that want to soar, with things to say, do or see . It’s pretty. I am glad you made it your symbol.

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    1. Wow! I am speechless. You should be an art analyst (if thats a profession).

      I looked at it again and i agree with every word you said. Its wierd i intended to make her head positioned up like a raised head and i ended up drawing it like this…

      Thanks for taking time to observe it in depth and appriciating it.

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