From Photo to Artwork

Convert Photos to Artistic Compositions

Composition Type #5 — Charcoals


Take a look at Warren's other artistic photo transition types on these six pages:

•  Pencil          •  Painting          •  Watercolor          •  Pastel          •  Charcoal          •  Silkscreen



Here's Warren's First Color-Photo-to-Charcoal Transformation  Move your cursor on then off this image to see his charcoal transformation of this color photo by David Lose of a sinful woman who anointed Jesus' feet (Luke 7:38).


Here's Warren's Second Color-Photo-to-Charcoal Transformation  Move your cursor on then off this image to see his charcoal transformation of a color photo by Jim McConnell of an old mill on a stream.



The Third Color-to-Charcoal Transformation  Move your cursor on then off this image to see how Warren turned this color-overlaid photo of a young guitarist (taken by Jared Platt) into a charcoal image.



Warren's Fourth Color-Photo-to-Charcoal Transformation  Move your cursor on then off this image to see how he turned this color photo of a fogged-in church (by Scott Loftesness) into a charcoal-on-burlap image.



Warren's Fifth Color-Photo-to-Charcoal Transformation  Move your cursor on then off this image to see how Warren turned this framed color photo of a lighthouse into a charcoal sketch drawn on textured paper.



The Next Color-Photo-to-Charcoal Transformation  Move your cursor on then off this image to see how Warren made this color photo of loving brothers (by Elena Shumilova) appear as though he sketched it with sharp, light-gray-charcoal pencils on canvas.



Black-and-White Photo Transformed to Charcoal  Move your cursor on then off this image to see Warren's black-and-white photo's transformation to a rough-charcoal rendering.








   Here Are Warren's  Larger  Color-Photo-to-Charcoal Transformations.
Click the thumbnails to enlarge them and read their captions.









   See all six varieties of Warren's latest photo-to-artistic-composition creations.

Click to open Warren's pencil sketches page

Pencil
Compositions

Click to open Warren's paintings page

Painting
Compositions

Click to open Warren's watercolors page

Watercolor
Compositions

Click to open Warren's pastels page

Pastel
Compositions

Click to open Warren's charcoals page

Charcoal
Compositions

Click to open Warren's silkscreens page

Silkscreen
Compositions





Don't wait any longer to showcase your photo presentations. Contact Warren Camp Design today, at 209-795-7661, to discuss your upcoming campaign and learn how Warren can utilize his digital artistry skills to enhance and give prominence to your photos.