Large Abstract Charcoal Drawing Exercises and Experiments

Another in a series of large (between one and two metres) abstract charcoal drawings, essentially exercises and experiments which I’m working on at the moment. I make marks on the paper and slowly develop these into a composition of light and dark shapes which evolve into strange beasts and twisted environments.

Tree Creature Silhouette Charcoal Drawing by Peter McClory

These drawings are more abstract and much larger than my usual work. This is because I find that branching out into different styles and working at different sizes and in a variety of media helps keep my ideas fresh.

Also here is a thumbnail image of a previous charcoal drawing which I adjusted and mirrored in Photoshop (click to see a much larger version) halloween_wallpaper

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