Joined Chris Petrocchi‘s Mastering the Art of the Portrait course. Most of the reference photos are from the course. The skulls are done based on references found on Pinterest or via Google. Some of the portraits are using references from Pinterest.

Seeing like an artist: The bad Xerox
Seeing like an artist: The bad Xerox
Seeing like an artist: The bad Xerox
Seeing like an artist: The bad Xerox
From photo reference
From photo reference
Assignment 3: Head three quarter view 3 Charcoal Demo
Assignment 3: Head three quarter view 3 Charcoal Demo
From photo reference
From photo reference
Skull studies
Skull studies
Skull studies
Skull studies
Skull studies
Skull studies
Skull studies
Skull studies
Skull studies
Skull studies
Head front planes intermediate and advanced demo
Head front planes intermediate and advanced demo
Notes on drawing the head
Notes on drawing the head
Making heads from imagination
Making heads from imagination
Making heads from imagination
Making heads from imagination
Charcoal Demo 2 Draw with Confidence (First try)
Charcoal Demo 2 Draw with Confidence (First try)
Charcoal Demo 2 Draw with Confidence (Second try)
Charcoal Demo 2 Draw with Confidence (Second try)
The features of the face: The eyes
The features of the face: The eyes
The features of the face: The mouth
The features of the face: The mouth
The features of the face: The mouth
The features of the face: The mouth
The features of the face: The nose
The features of the face: The nose
The features of the face: The ears
The features of the face: The ears
Charcoal demo on toned paper 1.5 hours, but using vine charcoal and flip-chart paper
Charcoal demo on toned paper 1.5 hours, but using vine charcoal and flip-chart paper
Conscious Learning: value block-In, using Procreate or ArtStudio Pro
Conscious Learning: value block-In, using Procreate or ArtStudio Pro