drawing - Pieces that do not look finished, though the whole point of them is to feel whole. I really love this idea

inspiration drawing - Pieces that do not look finished, though the whole point of them is to feel whole. I really love this idea

Guy Denning 'Surge successful. Stop now. Watch this.'  Oil on canvas (two panels), 76 x 122 cm, 2009

check out the painting of british artist guy denning . i think he describes his work (and the process of painting) the best.

Guy Denning - Privatise The Air

Guy Denning - Privatise ,(born is a self taught English contemporary artist and painter. He is the founder of the Neomodern group, a former member of Stuckism and part of the urban art scene in Bristol.

Guy Denning - Social dysfunction celebrated as ritual. I like the full body image that he has created here as I think it really builds up the light and dark and really shows of the muscle definition and bone structure of the women.

guy denning- social dysfunction celebrated as ritual: canvas drawn up prior to painting (detail)

Guy Denning Sketches Occupy Wall Street

Guy Denning Sketches Occupy Wall Street

Guy Denning Sketches Occupy Wall Street // charcoal on newspaper and masking tape

Guy Denning, In a Perfect World, conte and chalk on paper. From his ‘Drawing a Day’ project.

The daily sketches of Guy Denning. Particularly like the centralisation of the image here. Note: Play around with contrast and how darker colours don't need to be confined to the centre of the page, they can be inverted.

This artist does a quick sketch each day and posts it to his blog. This one was done with conte and chalk and is proff that you can create something striking and accomplished in very little time. By Guy Denning

guy Denning Charcoal/graphite Quick illustration with charcoal creates form and gestural lines. Still realistic and soft. The whites and blacks stand out againt=st the coloured paper

Guy Denning - 'dreaming of someone else's death-mask'  conte and chalk on paper  21 x 21 cm  26th March 2011

Guy Denning - 'dreaming of someone else's death-mask' conte and chalk on paper 21 x 21 cm March 2011

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