Recently I have been working on a series called “Out of time” which is about the short amount of time we have here on this floating rock. The legacy some leave behind and the influence they still have today.
I now have prints of all 3 pieces which can be found on my online store. http://callumwarrenart.bigcartel.com International shipping available.
It’s back to the future day so how I could I not.
I have had a few issues with the website so I couldn’t post this finished piece up until now!
Audrey Hepburn pencil on 3oo gsm paper!
A recent commission piece I have been working on of a dog name Lexi. Finally finished!
Charcoal, pencil and white pastel on tone paper.
Some recent commissions I have worked on. The first is of a dog named Jill, pencil and white pastel on tone paper.
The second piece is of some friends of mine also in pencil and white pastel on tan paper.
Hopefully will get the Ninja Turtles piece done this week and the video will be up shortly after so stayed tuned for that!
OMY drawing left panel
OMY drawing middle panel
Omy drawing right panel
Finally complete the piece I have been working on for OMY restaurant. Its a panorama charcoal drawing of all the boys in the kitchen. Drawn on a 200 gsm watercolour paper, using a range of charcoal materials. The piece stretches out about 2.2 X 0.7 metres. Being by far the biggest drawing I have completed. I had a lot of fun working on it and can’t wait to see it hanging up on the walls of the restaurant. If you live in or local to Melbourne Australia I can’t recommend the OMY restaurant in Beaconsfield enough!
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I’m currently working on this tiger piece further experimenting with Prismacolours and now also Faber Castell Polychromos. This is a very time consuming medium to work with as it takes layers upon layers to build up colours and differnt tones but its quite rewarding. The Polychromos are nice and pretty similar to the Prismacolors, the waxy crayon inside the pencil breaks no where near as often as the Prismacolors which is definitely a plus. Looking forward to working more with these pencils!