Welcome to “blurred edges!
In this lesson we will use our non-dominant hand with some loose scratchy charcoal and pastel to create a simple figure.
It can seem clumsy and cumbersome at first when you start with that “other hand”, but the long term payoff is enormous if you stick with it. I would not be able to create the art I do if I hadn’t discovered its magic many years ago. Trust in the process, and your brain, and give it a try.
The lesson is shown step by step in the video below, along with the supplies list and reference image at the bottom of this page.
- Cold press watercolour paper A4 size
- Watersoluble graphite pencil
- Vine/willow charcoal
- Compressed charcoal pencil
- White soft pastel
- Watercolour brush large round
- Water, paper towel
Reference Image – click to open larger size.
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