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O'Sensi by Soengkono Sensi
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Registered: January 2002
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A Charcoal drawing of O’Sensi that I wish to share by my teacher GM Soengkono

www.songmartialarts.com

He also makes custom portraits and there’s a link to portraits on the right so you can see ones he has done.

Let me know what you all think. :-)
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Suru

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10:07am Rating: 10 

It looks like a black-and-white photo, yet actually much better. As an intermediate-level painter, I am always amazed by excellent drawings. I did a little charcoal, maybe two pieces, in my art classes throughout primary, middle, and secondary school. O'Sensei's portrait here is not simply by an unskilled artist who was in "the zone" one day. I would be surprised if this is not a culmination of skills he learned over many, many years of training in the charcoal medium.

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