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Guy Denning- 'The Spire' (2010) This amazing piece by Guy Dennung was created by applying charcoal and chalk onto a dull grey background. The charcoal and chalk was applied using different thickness and pressures of line in a loose, free manner creating expressionism and simplicity with his placement of line. He differs the density of the line in order to create tone within his work which gives the figures a more realistic view. The composition used is very effective as the main focus of the…

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Guy Denning- 'We shall be hypocrites' (2012) This portrait of a female from the shoulders upwards was created using chalk and conte on paper. He uses different pressures and techniques of using these tools such as smudging and layering of chalk and conte which is used to create tone. This creates a more realistic face using only line of different thicknesses and lengths in order to create depth the picture and highlights the main focus points of the face. The eyes stand out the most to be…

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Egon Schiele - Self portrait (1913) This piece by Egon Schiele is a selfportrait created in pencil or a thih grafite stick usig more or less a continuous line technique in order to create a looser, free effect. This expressive loose style reminds me of the artist Guy Denning withe he simple backgroumd and use of linal work. I really like how the different shapes and angles of line make up different features of the face and also how he has added other line which dont necessarily make sense…

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Egon Schiele - 'Zittende vrouw on the rug' (1913) This piece was done using pen and water colour with a light, natural tone of palette, making the hair the most bold colour used. The composition of this piece is simple with the figure in the centre but the the back view with the head twisted to the left seems as though the figure is hiding something or is in a natural relaxed position. The simple line strokes exaggerate her feminity as it reminds me of elegance and beauty. The figure to me…

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Egon Schiele -'Self portrait wih arm twisted above head' (1910). This picture was created using a range of different material/tools such as watercolour, gouache and pen which he combined to create an intense self portrait. He used more straight full lines in order to create this piece but making an outside of the figure in pen and then using lines within thia in order to give it an interesting look as though exaggerating the thinness of the figure by making it him look more boney. He used…

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Guy Denning- 'Prepatory drawing from Behemoth series' (date unknown) This piece is another one of Guy Dennings work using charcoal and chalk but with this picture Denning has decided to use more thinner lines in order to create the basic outline and shape to the subjects face and the image seem more simplistic. He has also used a different technique when applying the charcoal by smudging the charcial around the subject's nexk and bottem of lip in orsr to represent the shadow and highlight…

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