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A master realistic oil and charcoal artist from the lands of Punjab. He is a tutor in Chandigarh Arts college and a well known name in portraits throughout the country.
charcoal
54:12
PRIME

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Artist Jaspreet shows how to paint a realistic charcoal portrait through this course. He uses an old school western approach to draw this portrait. His techniques are unique and provide a better result.

A Charcoal portrait needs to be handled well as charcoal can be a gifted medium or a mess depending upon the usage technique. This video provides insight on the best way to get it done.

This course emphasizes on:

  1. Basics of charcoal artwork
  2. How to handle a portrait from a photo
  3. Controlling dark and light tones by a process of addition and subtraction.
  4. Realistic finish to a charcoal portrait

Materials used:

  • Canson Ingres paper
  • General’s charcoal pencils
  • Camlin charcoal pencils
  • Charcoal powder
  • General’s white charcoal
  • Cotton
  • Cotton earbuds
  • Tissue
  • Stumps / tortillon
  • Sand paper
  • Bristle brush

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765 course views
A master realistic oil and charcoal artist from the lands of Punjab. He is a tutor in Chandigarh Arts college and a well known name in portraits throughout the country.
charcoal
54:12
PRIME
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