thank you for the information, I almost forgot about it
*by Casey Baugh, I had seen drawings almost 2 years ago, even a short video, maybe a preview but I hadn't noticed his educational material, the sale of these resources,
is he the artist who uses a kind of pad? the method of dusting I had read.
I don't know the precise name of the pad, the tool,
I regret not being able to give you advice on the realistic carbocino drawing, not to give you reference to useful material but I would say that you have found excellent material, great artists.
I don't know if you had already seen it, maybe it's not the style you're looking for, but some artists who use charcoal drawings that have made DVDs and books to think about it, there is this artist whose drawings I wanted to mention a great deal.
on youtube I had seen something about Zhaoming Wu.
I wanted to quote you Zhaoming Wu and this,
I can't wait to see your drawings. thanks for sharing.
good luck with everything that yours is a beautiful path it deserves.
I can't make too realistic drawings, but I really like coal too, but I haven't thought about it for a long time.
***I didn't try to draw with coal for about 5 months because using it I noticed that my eyes hurt and they secreted a little. I tried to use it carefully but nothing then we try again maybe in the future however I don't talk about very detailed drawings.
however if I try again I have to inquire about Casey Baugh and Zhaoming Wu