Posts Tagged: charcoal

LINE, FORM, Henry Moore & Procreate

I have long been interested in the relationship between line and form and so too was the British sculptor Henry Moore, who was the inspiration behind the following series of drawings. In an attempt to make my forms look a

LINE, FORM, Henry Moore & Procreate

I have long been interested in the relationship between line and form and so too was the British sculptor Henry Moore, who was the inspiration behind the following series of drawings. In an attempt to make my forms look a

Experimental Life Drawing Workshops etc

Thursday 12th December was my last day of teaching the animators and computer games students at the University for this academic year. I have got some marking plus the possibility of some further odd days but that suits me fine

Experimental Life Drawing Workshops etc

Thursday 12th December was my last day of teaching the animators and computer games students at the University for this academic year. I have got some marking plus the possibility of some further odd days but that suits me fine

Mr Chuck Cyrus

“Chuck Contemplating” Charcoal on Flip Chart 750 x 582 mm Copyright http://www.chriswoodartist.com all rights reserved “Chuck Still Contemplating” Charcoal on Flip Chart 750 x 582 mm Copyright http://www.chriswoodartist.com all rights reserved “The Egg Man” Charcoal on Flip Chart 750 x

Mr Chuck Cyrus

“Chuck Contemplating” Charcoal on Flip Chart 750 x 582 mm Copyright http://www.chriswoodartist.com all rights reserved “Chuck Still Contemplating” Charcoal on Flip Chart 750 x 582 mm Copyright http://www.chriswoodartist.com all rights reserved “The Egg Man” Charcoal on Flip Chart 750 x

Life Drawing: Wrestlers, Demonstrators & Charcoal

Life, in common with the season, has changed over the last three weeks and two days a week I’m back on the gravy-train: “demonstrating” drawing skills to animation and computer games students at the University of Portsmouth UK. Monday is

Life Drawing: Wrestlers, Demonstrators & Charcoal

Life, in common with the season, has changed over the last three weeks and two days a week I’m back on the gravy-train: “demonstrating” drawing skills to animation and computer games students at the University of Portsmouth UK. Monday is

The PGS Drawing Residency : Update 16.9.12

“Tree of Life, West Door” St Thomas’s Cathedral Old Portsmouth” © chriswoodartist all rights reserved. The doors were designed and made in 1997 by the sculptor Professor Bryan Kneale RA. They are constructed from Forged leaded brass & phosphor bronze. I’ll

The PGS Drawing Residency : Update 16.9.12

“Tree of Life, West Door” St Thomas’s Cathedral Old Portsmouth” © chriswoodartist all rights reserved. The doors were designed and made in 1997 by the sculptor Professor Bryan Kneale RA. They are constructed from Forged leaded brass & phosphor bronze. I’ll

RESIDENCY UPDATE 8.9.12

I’m 3 Days into my residency and have a number of tangible signs of activity – not least sunburnt forearms ! Before the residency started, I made a couple of A3 linoprints and took several hundred photographs. In addition, I

RESIDENCY UPDATE 8.9.12

I’m 3 Days into my residency and have a number of tangible signs of activity – not least sunburnt forearms ! Before the residency started, I made a couple of A3 linoprints and took several hundred photographs. In addition, I

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“Splat drawing” or perhaps “time to visit the Opticians”

“Splat” Charcoal, pen, graphite, Photoshop © chriswoodartist 2012 This morning was much the same as any other – perhaps with the exception of not having the required amount of sleep, due to panting dogs, affectionate cats and a very humid

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“Splat drawing” or perhaps “time to visit the Opticians”

“Splat” Charcoal, pen, graphite, Photoshop © chriswoodartist 2012 This morning was much the same as any other – perhaps with the exception of not having the required amount of sleep, due to panting dogs, affectionate cats and a very humid