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Pencil Drawings By Randy Hann (28 pics)

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№1 Author: ryanjonk (9 Oct 2009 13:05) Total user comments: 110


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Amazing!
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№2 Author: unknownj (9 Oct 2009 14:38) Total user comments: 427


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unbelievable! 21
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№3 Author: Morphine (9 Oct 2009 14:39) Total user comments: 8


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It's called Hyper realism, a genre of painting that resembles a High Resolution, and it is provokes quite awe.
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№4 Author: Jeansgeans (9 Oct 2009 15:41) Total user comments: 0


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WOW Beautiful !
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№5 Author: Casey (9 Oct 2009 15:43) Total user comments: 0


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Composition? Where is it?
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№6 Author: Jason (9 Oct 2009 16:34) Total user comments: 0


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Casey,
Bring in the TROLL! troll,troll,troll,troll...
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№7 Author: Steve (9 Oct 2009 18:50) Total user comments: 0


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These are amazing. I love the little girl with the clasped hands!
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№8 Author: Louie (9 Oct 2009 21:04) Total user comments: 8189


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rembrant of pencil LOL 16
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№9 Author: jacobo (9 Oct 2009 23:46) Total user comments: 184


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fantastic 19
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№10 Author: tapatio (9 Oct 2009 23:56) Total user comments: 2047


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some are so well done , they look like B&W pics.
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№11 Author: Heathen Artist (10 Oct 2009 01:46) Total user comments: 0


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Technically MASTERFUL!!!!

Unfortunately it is _all_ technique and zero substance as copying photographs creates an artistic redundancy. Photo-Copying is a valid learning tool, but the final result is "craft" and certainly NOT "art."

That being said, I applaud the craftsman's technique and quality of hand with graphite. Drawing photographs with such apparent accuracy and with a full range of tone is time consuming and labor intensive. Most artists move past these exercises quite early in their creative lives; The fact that Randy Hann continues to devote so much time to such endeavors shows a devotion to his craft that exceeds that of many of his "artistic" contemporaries.

Mister Hann has obviously found something he is good at and chosen to stick with it. I encourage him to continue doing what he does best and look forward to seeing his work prominently displayed in mall kiosks across the country.
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№12 Author: Guru (10 Oct 2009 05:51) Total user comments: 0


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Is this pencil drawing........excellant job!unbelievable
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№13 Author: ash666 (10 Oct 2009 06:15) Total user comments: 1856


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more than beautiful
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№14 Author: Hunter the artist (10 Oct 2009 06:52) Total user comments: 0


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Heathen Artist,

You are wrong, who are you to judge what is and isn't art?? yes this is art! if this isn't art then would you classify photography as an art? if your logic is followed then nothing is art.

What does it matter that one has stopped time to ensure that he or she can capture the detail within it.

Have you ever heard of Camera Obscura. Many, very prominent, renaissance artists used them.

You can give backhanded compliments, but at the end of the day, art is beauty through ones ability to create. And Randy has created beautiful works of ART!
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№15 Author: mudassargold (10 Oct 2009 12:42) Total user comments: 1951


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amazing work
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№16 Author: jmays931 (10 Oct 2009 14:16) Total user comments: 529


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these are really cool
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№17 Author: kikoya (10 Oct 2009 14:53) Total user comments: 0


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i agree totally with heathen artist, great technique but only technique. rather sad to see those skills reduced to copying photographs...
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№18 Author: Brisket Isbest (10 Oct 2009 16:01) Total user comments: 1


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Undeniably, they are amazing technical performances. And there's no "but" coming after that comment. They are impressive in what they do. Transcription at this high level of detail and accuracy is difficult. I give the artist that, totally. I just look for poetry and interpretation of subject when I look at a painting or drawing, rather than stunning accuracy.

When I think of photography being used as a tool by artists, I think first of top-of-their-field commercial painters and illustrators, like Norman Rockwell or James Avati (although I know that, yes, Thomas Eakins and other fine artists used them way before this). These artists made extensive use of photographs as a starting place for more or less elaborate compositions. They were not bound by the photos. They didn't prop a scene and shoot their whole painting in a single exposure.

First, they had a picture idea, and sketched it up. Then, they took several photo references separately specifically with that picture idea in mind. Finally, they assembled them as an underdrawing into their original composition, using all their imaginative and compostional skills and gifts as artists. When you compare their photo reference to the eventual redrawing and painting (which you can view in sequential comparisons in books out on either artist) you will most likely be struck among other things by how different the source and the interpretation are. (Make no mistake, the interpretations are rigorous and "right on it" in terms of accuracy of observation and knowledge of anatomy displayed.) But the light source may change between source and interpretation, major details of the pose, and the appearance of the individual may morph into something more heavy-set, or more bird-like in the artist's hand, as the idea dictates. But in any event, you will realize the way photos can be used by a creative artist as a starting point, not as a template delivered complete by the camera.

Certainly this is subjective, but as a devotee of a basically "realistic" approach, I will always prefer the approach described above -- using a photo as a starting point which can be departed from freely -- to a hard transcription.
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№19 Author: gudu (10 Oct 2009 19:37) Total user comments: 0


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peak of drawin.
excatly first one.
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№20 Author: Troll (11 Oct 2009 01:16) Total user comments: 0


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That is an awesome Photoshop Effect! 56
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№21 Author: Ero (11 Oct 2009 03:47) Total user comments: 0


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Some of them are real sketches but I agree with the troll above me for the most part.
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№22 Author: ChrisOPDX (11 Oct 2009 11:03) Total user comments: 0


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Excellent work. I would assume that Chuck Close himself if looking at your work would find some joy in it as well. Kudos. ;)

To "Mister" Heathen Artist... May I have a link to your work? I would love to critique it.
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№23 Author: salsapopo (11 Oct 2009 12:04) Total user comments: 12723


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tapatio,
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№24 Author: zep (11 Oct 2009 18:37) Total user comments: 0


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awesome!!!
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№25 Author: dodgers01 (12 Oct 2009 02:09) Total user comments: 238


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excellent work 04 21
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№26 Author: Zinc (12 Oct 2009 05:01) Total user comments: 0


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Photos progected onto an easel, then penciled...is called TRACING...nice job elevating tracing.
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№27 Author: Emi (12 Oct 2009 06:35) Total user comments: 0


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its photoshopped
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№28 Author: Styphax (12 Oct 2009 13:36) Total user comments: 0


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Good god, the detail is amazing.
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№29 Author: prustage (12 Oct 2009 14:21) Total user comments: 0


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The art and creativity here were in the taking of the original photo: choosing the subject, capturing the moment, arranging the light and forms within the frame - this is the art and its result - a photograph.

What we have above is the craftsmanship of the copyist - someone who is skillful with a pencil - but not an artist. I can admire the skill and am sure that from his point of view producing these drawings was probably very therapeutic but from my perspective I really cant see the point.

If any of the above appealled to me, I would be more interested in aquiring the original photo than any of these rather dead and lifeless copies.
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№30 Author: Fuzzy (12 Oct 2009 15:15) Total user comments: 1130


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Great art work.
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