December 17, 2009

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Compressed charcoal on Rives lithograph paper.
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27 comments:

  1. gorgeous- I love how almost the entire face is in shadow and the way you handled the reflected light in there.

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  2. Like the way you used the charcoal, very expressive.

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  3. That's something... it will be a great base for a painting...

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  4. Nice lighting and beautiful, simple strokes. Exceptional!

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  5. love your charcoal drawings, they are full of dynamic and life. you point every light spot very well out.

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  6. Very pretty - the warm light caresses the subject.

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  7. I have really enjoyed browsing your blog. Great art. Your charcoals are just outstanding

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  8. Fantastic. I'm really in awe of your ability to convey such fully realized forms with a few well-placed planes.

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  9. Wow! Nathan this is entertainment!
    I love the big picture, and all the areas in it.
    Arcitecual Beauty!
    I hope to learn from seeing your
    work, which is Art that moves the soul.
    Thanks!

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  10. Nathan ,I must say your one of my heroes!

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  11. Do I percieve an influence from Hugh Ferriss amazing drawingws?
    Excellent!
    Merry X-Mas.

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  12. Wow! Fantastic as usual.

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  13. this is stunning!

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  14. very good!
    but I think this picture lacks definition on the face.
    Congratulations Nathan!
    see you!

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  15. hi, thanks for your kind works on my work, theres some really amazing stuff here, really inspiring, merry christmas to you from the uk.

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  16. great work - love to discuss, ask you a few questions...
    - wendy
    http://wendymacnaughton.blogspot.com

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  17. Damn, I've really gotta come down to L.A and take one of your classes (if you ever have them again:) )

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  18. You are a great artist.

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  19. You're kind of my hero. They're so great! I'm drooling! Too much? Maybe. But really, they resonate.

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