12-22-2012, 03:34 PM
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Just now seeing this thread. I LOVE your charcoal drawings and how your strokes have purpose and leave me looking across the whole drawing. That's the mark of a great piece of work. It's amazing how much your drawings mature the more you post them.
Just a word of advice if you are taking pictures with a camera. It looks like a few of your drawings are not proportionally correct and I suspect it is more tha angle at which you take the pictures and not the drawing itself. I have learned the hard way that if I do not align the camera exactly straight on with the drawing, the proprotions look way off. If you want to advertise your work for future commissions, you may want to either get a scanner or make sure when you take pictures that the camera is pointed directly at the drawing and not at an angle. Your work is definitely good enough that you an start charging people for them. Keep up the good work!