5 Jan 2023

Subtle Charcoal Portrait Drawings

Charcoal drawings, a little different from the usual ones.

Korean Artist GyoBeom AN comes up with these lovely portrait styles.

They seem to be a mixture; Something between a normal portrait and a scribble one.

The technique is very subtle and minimalist in many of the drawings. The artist doesn't express every feature in the face. Some are covered by lines, whilst others are in shade.

The illustrations on this page are a perfect example of the saying: "Sometimes, less is more."

Delightful faces and expressions. They capture the perfect emotion the model must have been feeling at the time.

I hope you enjoy this all immersive experience into the human experience.

Ps. I gave the images some titles.
Light from below.
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Sideways strokes.
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Looking for reassurance.
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Golden ear.
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Confident look and pose.
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Beautifully subtle execution.
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Barely visible tears, but they are there.
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Not happy with you.
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Details to makes us individual.
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Turning away.
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The shadows lifting and the features coming into light.
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