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4.57 / 5.00

Date
04/25/2012
Category
Illustration
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593 x 960 px
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683.1 kb
Tags
black
owl
white
charcoal

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Author Comments

I nice little owl in charcoal (and prismacolor colored pencils for the eyes.)

Let me know what you think!

more sketches/rougher work here: cameronmcmanus.tumblr.com

Reviews


LegoMyLego27LegoMyLego27

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars Jun 27, 2012

This is what I call art



x-factor11x-factor11

Rated 4 / 5 stars Apr 26, 2012

I'm not sure if you made a grid on the paper and used a photo as a reference, but even then you have one hell of a understanding on how to apply charcoal. It's so clean with such a smudgy medium haha.


CameronMc responds:

Hah no grid, but I did sketch it out with a graphite pencil before drawing with charcoal.
I also used charcoal pencils (black and white) on gray paper, so I managed to stay relativity clean.


LumavisLumavis

Rated 5 / 5 stars Apr 25, 2012

Yeah I thought this was a photo!
Love the lighting and its kinda fuzzy/ blurred which makes it very realistic!


CameronMc responds:

Yeah, I took this picture with my ipod camera if you can beleive it, so that's why it's so blurry.

I'm glad you like it!


ShadyDingoShadyDingo

Rated 5 / 5 stars Apr 25, 2012

WOW! :D I love it! Great work, I personally love charcoal works, I have a two point perspective piece I have on my blog, that was a lot of fun to do.


CameronMc responds:

Charcoal is a super fun but very messy medium! Good luck and I'm glad you enjoyed it!