Photorealistic Made From Charcoal

He named Douglass McDougall, a painter wing photorealistic originating from Scotland. Does how to draw hair charcoal? He was carving into the paper and start scraping charcoal. In creating photorealistic paint, McDougall using a scalpel, so his artwork also called art scalpel. The use of a scalpel to cut the eraser and coarse sandpaper to create texture on his charcoal paintings. He could feel the power, magic, and luck. Charcoal artwork belonging to McDougall’s incredible. He said that portraiture is a way of encapsulating and understand ongoing museum of human experience. See the artwork belong McDougall below. Source:mymodernmet