Mr Stewart Lamb Cromar MSc, BSc (Hons)
Drawing materials: acryclics and inks.
San Francisco cityscapes perspectives 3 minute sketches
Taking paper and card for painting, priming it and putting down coloured grounds using acrylic paint. Developing a series of quick landscape sketches onto these prepared surfaces. Scaling up these exploratory sketches to larger fully-realised pieces.
Drawing materials: pencil, charcoal, pens, pastels, paints, inks, water, wax candle, eraser, rags, scraper, Lego bricks and glue.
family photographs instructional manuals medical illustrations fossils landscapes
A series of studies/sketches of different personal artefacts. Different focal points give more or less attention to selective parts of the drawing; with some areas left unfinished or understated and implied. Repeating the process of adding and erasing marks created interesting and subtle surface qualities within the drawing.
Regularly changing tools helped achieve an image with different layers and focus. Photocopied sketchbook images with contrasting visual qualities were juxtaposed to make new compositional ideas.
Drawing materials: willow charcoal, pencil and Conté pencils (Sanguine).
life models left-handed foreshortening 15 minute sketches