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  • Character design began with a charcoal sketch, then coloured with watercolours.
  • He took a shine to her and drew a charcoal sketch of her.
  • Sallman got up and produced a charcoal sketch that he called " The Son of Man ."
  • The unsigned posters show a charcoal sketch of Assad's head perched atop the Golan Heights and hovering over the Sea of Galilee.
  • :: : According to a Disney fan site, " Herbert Ryman began with a charcoal sketch, which he developed into a painting.
  • Afterward he learns Smith bequeathed his meager belongings to him, and among them he finds a charcoal sketch of him the killer had drawn.
  • The unsigned posters, put up by the opposition Likud party, show a charcoal sketch of Assad's head perched atop the Golan Heights and hovering over the Sea of Galilee.
  • At the crime scene, Cross finds a charcoal sketch left behind by the killer in the style of the artist Picasso, leading to the murderer being nicknamed after him.
  • There is also an armchair used by Seneca elder Eli Parker, and a charcoal sketch of Seneca Wolf Clan chief Red Jacket, wearing the silver medal George Washington gave him.
  • In 2004 Craig Ruddy's image of David Gulpilil, which won both the main prize and the " People's Choice " award, was challenged on the basis that it was a charcoal sketch rather than a painting.
  • She freely admits now that she helped hide two Louis Vuitton bags with some of Greenleaf's treasures : a gold money clip, his wedding band, two credit cards, an Edouard Villard painting and a charcoal sketch of a nude by Picasso.
  • In addition to nonstop viewings of classic " Bonanza " footage, this weekend's festivities have included an auction where fans could buy scripts, still photographs and other " Bonanza " memorabilia, such as a charcoal sketch a fan drew of Pernell Roberts ( " Adam " ) that Christian paid $ 2, 200 for Saturday.
  • The other day, on the seventh floor of Cooper Union, in a classroom filled with northern light, Ms . Gussow sat in a metal classroom chair surrounded by 19 students who had been told to choose a painting by Cezanne, Vermeer or another great artist and interpret its tones in the form of a charcoal sketch.