This mixed media drawing is just very impressive I think! The contrast with the greyscale and colour drawings really is emphasised. Different hatchings are used to highlight the volumes and tones of this building and to create a mood for the audience to feel. I think that this could be a section??

pencil drawing with water colour by flaf

This charcoal drawing is quite nice as it also shows the contrast between light and dark. Excellent use of smudging and also you can really see that the light source is coming from the left.

I am a sucker for the Flat Iron Building. Richard Bunkall, Columbus Avenue, x charcoal on paper, 1987

This mixed media drawing shows the exterior, landscape, interior space and its scale. Great use of collage and photoshop to really highlight this perspective's aim for the audience.

archisketchbook - architecture-sketchbook, a pool of architecture drawings, models and ideas - Entrance Perspective Mixed Media - Pencil +.

Great charcoal drawing to show contrast of light and dark.

Stepping Stones by Ian Murphy Graphite and collage on paper Venice

This graphite and charcoal drawing is quite interesting. It has some fine details in it and as well as textures which can only be created through the roughness and softer hatchings and the obvious light and dark.

Outbuildings - This graphite and charcoal drawing is quite interesting. It has some fine details in it and as well as textures which can only be created through the roughness and softer hatchings and the obvious light and dark.

This charcoal drawing is like the one from before but very sketchy and quick. Excellent use of charcoal and soft and hard strokes.

University of Warwick Art Collection - Coventry: The Old Cathedral Spire by Dennis Creffield

This drawing shows a good example of shadow and light contrast and its gradient using charcoal as a medium. It is quite effective as instead of outlining the gradient, this drawing probably used some eraser to highlight that diminishing effect.

Whilst simplistic in layout, the careful use of shadowing with charcoal and line curvature makes this image highly effective and emotive. Great creation of light and space

Great charcoal drawing, again here people have been used to give the drawing some scale. The use of shadows is really well done as you can see and the contrast and the building's texture and volume is shown through the hatchings.

, this is a charcoal sketch prior a big watercolor I did few days ago.

This charcoal drawing looks so powerful because it gives the viewers the mood of being overwhelmed by something so humongous and dark! The background also suggest and supports this feeling that I am getting.

University of Warwick Art Collection - Coventry: The Old Cathedral Spire by Dennis Creffield

It is truly amazing how a combination of mediums can portray a very different outcome - the one medium cannot do what two or more can. In this drawing, I am impressed with how well one can develop ideas from plane contour into this powerful, rendered piece.

Sketches from Peter Han's Dynamic Sketching Workshop


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Deconstructing Peter Han's dynamic sketching- organic forms I

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Part of spectacular series of charcoal drawings made in 1987-8. Coventry: The Old Cathedral Spire by Dennis Creffield

University of Warwick Art Collection - Coventry: The Old Cathedral Spire by Dennis Creffield

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Ian Murphy Very textured work using ink. Lots of smudging. He uses text to create texture which has some sort of meaning to the image.

Meeting Place, Wuzhen » Ian Murphy Drawings

Fine parralel hatching, cross hatching and shading using pencils create a reflective and translucent illusion.

dynamic sketching - Google Search

dynamic sketching - Google Search

New York Cityscape, 30'' x 23.5'', charcoal on paper, 1985 - Richard Bunkall

richard bunkall - "new york cityscape", charcoal on paper, 1985

Dennis Creffield, Exeter Cathedral: The Two Transept Towers from the South-East, 1988-90, Charcoal on paper |Pallant House Gallery (Wilson Gift through The Art Fund, 2006) © Dennis Creffield

smudging technique used in background to create a perspective of layers within the image in contrast the the forefront contour outline layer

Ian Murphy Drawings Graphite, mixed media & Oil on paper 60cm x 30cm

Ian Murphy Drawings Graphite, mixed media & Oil on paper x

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architectural cornice detail rendered using charcoal, shows detail and light qualities.

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