Carbon Art
Carbon Art

Carbon Art

Experimenting with charcoal drawings #Art #Carbonart


Missy Moo

4 weeks ago 1 minute read Budsteroo $0.00 tipped

This was created from a photo of my little girl when she was younger. Again the detail is mostly created by removing the charcoal rather than adding it.  Missy Moo

My Rock

15 Sep 2019 1 minute read Budsteroo $0.03 tipped

This portrait, of my favourite person in the world again uses an eraser, removing the charcoal from the paper to create the highlights.  My Rock

Dat's ma boi

11 Sep 2019 1 minute read Budsteroo $0.08 tipped

This is a portrait of my son. It is my first attempt of a portrait using charcoal. The majority of this picture was created by removing charcoal from the paper with an eraser, rather than drawing lines with the charcoal. Dat's ma Boi

Gorilla

6 Sep 2019 1 minute read Budsteroo $0.00 tipped

This started as a series of lines and shading on the card. The charcoal was then removed using a putty eraser to create the highlights and blended with my finger. Gorilla

Work?

4 Sep 2019 1 minute read Budsteroo $0.00 tipped

If what you do for a living is something you love, can it be considered work?  Below is a picture of my office. There is a different and varied view every day and we prevent people winning Darwin awards. In this picture I thought i would add a little...

Penny Whistle

4 Sep 2019 1 minute read Budsteroo $0.00 tipped

Another hobby I fill my time with whilst I am away from home is playing the penny whistle. Being of Irish descent I was brought up with Irish music around me all the time. I have had a love and passion for it my whole life and enjoy listening to, pla...

Tunnel Vision

3 Sep 2019 1 minute read Budsteroo $0.00 tipped

This picture started as a combination of marks and patterns on the paper whilst I sought inspiration. The edges of the picture are very crude. This is more due to laziness than anything else, but it does help to draw focus (eventually) to the two dar...

Introduction

3 Sep 2019 1 minute read Budsteroo $0.04 tipped

So I spend six months every year away from my family. It is not easy being 8000 miles away from home, working in a remote and harsh environment.  Finding something to pass the time always helps. I have always enjoyed sketching with pencil, but took t...