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Sun, Jun 27


Online Workshop

Charcoal Painting Workshop

Free Demo

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Charcoal Painting Workshop

Time & Location

Jun 27, 2021, 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM GMT+5:30

Online Workshop


About the event

Date: 27th June

Time: 5:00 - 6:00 PM IST

Days : Sunday

Duration: 1 Hour

Language: Hindi

Fee: Free

Tutor : Mr. Durgesh

Introduction : Charcoal is a versatile artist tool which can be used to suit a wide variety of artwork styles and one of the oldest elements used to create some fabulous paintings. Join a 4 day workshop with BAFA to understand the basic techniques of using charcoal while painting. Learn how to create stunning monochromes and recognize the goodness of creating black and white paintings.

This demo workshop will be a brief idea on what are the kind of topics we will cover in our Charcoal Painting Foundation Course in detail.

What will you learn during the Workshop:

How to understand the anatomy of the feature and draw those features using simple shapes and how adding layers allows to create detail. Tips on adding variety to the facial features, like eyes, noses, mouths and ears to learn creating different kinds of faces. Quick formulas on drawing facial features seamlessly. How to use charcoal for shading, blending and detailing.  How to play with the tonality in the sketches to give them a realistic effect.  How to adjust the contrasting effect as per the need to the drawing that we select.  How to use a proper grid method to achieve photo-realism in drawing.

Who this course is for:

Kids & Adults both

Material Required:

Drawing Sheets, Eraser, Sharpener 


Compressed Charcoal (Camlin) 

Charcoal Pencils (Camlin) 

White Charcoal Pencil (Optional) 

Kneaded Eraser (Brand Faber Castel / Brustro) 

Blending Tools options : Stumps / Ear Birds / Tissue paper (Any One)

About Artist: The BAFA Artisan, Mr. Durgesh comes with his own expertise in Sketching as he has spent years in the industry creating different artworks with sketching everyday. His motto is to depicts in his art is veiled in shadow, and rarely touches any sight of colour. As such, it is no wonder that charcoal was a frequently used medium of his throughout his work. 

His portraits are also dark, with bold smudge marks and thick black outlines. Durgesh uses cross-hatching to build up tone, which is fairly noticeable in much of his artwork.

With the best of artists as our faculty, we aim to impart the knowledge of art to our students that will help them in their career of art.

About BAFA : BAFA is an art community curated by profound artists from all around the globe who are looking to spread the knowledge and passion for art amongst everybody. BAFA conducts online and offline workshops teaching over 50 different art forms with a fantastic blend of in-house artists who have spent decades in mastering the skill that the art form demands. We also have our own online store and personalized portrait section which allows the artist’s work to reach a wider audience and help them sell their artwork. Keen to know different art forms, join BAFA and you can engage with the renowned artists and learn new art forms from time to time.





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