Charcoal, as I've mentioned is the main marker marker I will be using during the finalising of the piece. Because of this I can use techniques for charcoal to my advantage. By using smudging and blending I can really capture the idea I want to portray. This will help to fulfil the design I want.
Sempervivum Percarneum, 1922, by Albert Renger-Patzsch The German modernist photographer was at the centre of the New Objectivity (Neue Sachlichkeit) movement. This plant study was published in his landmark book, Die Welt Ist Schön (The World is Beautiful) in 1928