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SketchBook Page 37 – Lateral Pose Sketch Drawing Figure Drawing Female Image charcoal Body Sketch study Pose pencil Skills Human Body art Page 37 01 by 54ka young women woman white style skill side sensuality position posing pose person people model lying long legs legs isolated human grace glamour girl Fine art Fine figure female elegant elegance body black beauty beautiful background art adult

SketchBook Page 37 – Lateral Pose Sketch Drawing Figure Drawing Female Image charcoal Body Sketch study Pose pencil Skills Human Body art Page 37 01 by 54ka young women woman white style skill side sensuality position posing pose person people model lying long legs legs isolated human grace glamour girl Fine art Fine figure female elegant elegance body black beauty beautiful background art adult

by romeldelatorre  9/10/16   I really like this piece because the face is really detailed and realistic but the hair is less polished and I think that those things together provide a nice contrast.

by romeldelatorre 9/10/16 I really like this piece because the face is really detailed and realistic but the hair is less polished and I think that those things together provide a nice contrast.

Whether you're new to drawing or an experienced artists, practicing common charcoal techniques can help make your artwork more eye-catching and lifelike.

A Beginner's Guide to Simple Charcoal Techniques

Whether you're new to drawing or an experienced artists, practicing common charcoal techniques can help make your artwork more eye-catching and lifelike.

draw outside, given brown paper and only black and white charcoal pencils.

draw outside, given brown paper and only black and white charcoal pencils.

Having lots of fun making some expressive and fun charcoal drawings in my sketchbook Artist Vanessa Foley

Having lots of fun making some expressive and fun charcoal drawings in my sketchbook Artist Vanessa Foley

Charcoal drawing by Kate Zambrano. I love how the downward movement creates a narrative. It is no longer a simple portrait - is she sad, rained on, looking out a window in the rain...melting??

Charcoal drawing by Kate Zambrano. I love how the downward movement creates a narrative. It is no longer a simple portrait - is she sad, rained on, looking out a window in the rain...melting??

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