This charcoal and pastel drawing on gessoed cartridge paper was featured in ‘Men Appreciation’ , ‘Contemporary Pastel Painters’ and in Noisy Rain Magazine Group.
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charcoal drawings, impressionism, impressionist, male nudes, males, muscles, nudes, pastels, roz mcquillan, sketches

My style is contemporary whilst firmly rooted in realism. I work in a number of mediums, including pastel, charcoal and conte, pen and ink, gouache, watercolour, acrylics, pencil, photography, and mixed media, and am currently painting in oils. I find that changing and experimenting with mediums keeps me fresh and open to learning. I especially love capturing the human face and figure in oils, and photographing the urban landscape, including the amazing graffiti to be found in Melbourne.

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  • KEITH  R. WILLIAMS
    KEITH R. WILL...over 6 years ago

    very nice roz

  • JennyH
    JennyHover 6 years ago

    Breathtaking Roz – your charcoal sketches are fantastic – such true form and seems such an effortless portrayal. Simply magnificent with wonderful textures, light & tones. Can’t wait to see more!

  • Susie Mac
    Susie Macover 6 years ago

    This is an amazing drawing!! excellent use of light and tone and perfect proportion.. Susie :)

  • Roz McQuillan
    Roz McQuillanover 6 years ago

    Thanks Jenny and Susie for the lovely comments!

  • Marie Magnusson
    Marie Magnussonover 6 years ago

    wow Roz, your nudes are awesome, so beautiful, very inspiring

  • Virginia McGowan
    Virginia McGowanover 6 years ago

    gee I envy you your model Roz!….um no I mean I envy you having such a great model……. fabulous drawing too.

  • many thanks Ginnymac, got it! (Yeah, he is a gorgeous model!)

    – Roz McQuillan

  • Bee Williamson
    Bee Williamsonover 6 years ago

    amazing! inspirational work
    and what talent you have!

  • Thanks so much Bee for the lovely comments!

    – Roz McQuillan

  • elliewinds
    elliewindsover 6 years ago

    fantastic!

  • Brian Towers
    Brian Towersover 6 years ago

    The old masters would be proud to have produced this standard of work. Well done Roz.

  • Thanks so much Brian for such a compliment!

    – Roz McQuillan

  • Marion Chapman
    Marion Chapmanover 6 years ago

    I particularly like his skull/head. a beautiful sketch.

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