À l’aide d’un simple crayon à papier, Ben réalise de magnifiques dessins de villes. Ben Sack est un artiste américain passionné par l’architecture.
À l’aide d’un simple crayon à papier et de beaucoup de talent il rend hommage aux villes qu’il visite en réalisant de somptueux dessins en noir et blanc qui jouent avec les perspectives ! Des oeuvres d’une précision redoutable plus ou moins fidèles aux villes d’origines. Source : SooCurious. I think I have this syndrome where I like art better than real life. Charcoal Drawings of Celebrities by Ileana Hunter - Keira Knightley Audrey Hepburn Emilia Clarke Rihanna Marilyn Monroe Emma Watson Charlize Theron Grace Kelly Lucille Ball Katy Perry.
Illustrator paints celebrities in pen scribbles (12 pictures) Email Illustrator Vince Low used only a pen to draw up these celebrities in an experiment with scribble art.
He even made up some clever drawings for an awareness campaign the Dyslexia Association of Malaysia (the last three pictures). via twentytwowords.com. Leave your comment: You may also like these posts: A young artist. The talent of this guy is amazing!
Hsin-Yao Tseng – artists who managed to get a bachelor’s degree at the Academy of Fine Arts in San Francisco. His talent surprises, soft colors and shades make his paintings breathe. Hsin-Yao Tseng is apparently in love with San Francisco. Painting on tree trunks. » Rob Carey 'skine.art - Moleskine Art. Sting One. Si scott.
Hoisel. R A Y M A S S E Y . C O M. Preview: Malcolm Liepke at Arcadia Fine Art. With his new series of seductive portraits, Malcolm Liepke hearkens back to the early 20th century when Victorian values were unraveling to make way for a sexually-liberated generation.
Rendered in loose, expressive brush strokes, the works tantalize viewers with exposed thighs peaking over stockings, pouty lips and piercing eyes. The vintage costuming of Liepke’s characters make this subtle sexiness seem all the more daring. The artist has a solo show coming up this Saturday, March 23, at Arcadia Fine Art in New York City. Take a look at our preview of the show below. Graphite Pencil Drawing Tutorial: Female Eye by Faith Te. About Faith Graphite Pencil, Charcoal Pencil and Pastels Artist Hello!
My name is Faith Te. When I was 16, a great desire to capture nature and the people around me started my passion for drawing. I began to look at drawing not just as a hobby but something which I wanted to do all my life. I practiced every day and for many hours since. Initially, charcoal and graphite pencils were the only mediums I used. I devote many hours and lots of attention to detail into each and every one of my drawings or paintings. Thank you for your interest in my artwork. Please take a moment to visit Faith’s Website and Blog to learn more about her and her products and services. Her Website: Her Blog: Graphite Pencil Drawing Tutorial: Female Eye by Faith Te. - StumbleUpon.
Feng grew up in Shanghai and began painting at the young age of seven. After experimenting with all kinds of different mediums, he finally settled on a favorite - watercolor. The artist always revered the medium because of its level of difficulty. “With watercolor you cannot cover your mistakes, so you must know what you are doing,” he says. One of Feng's favorite places to find inspiration is in the countryside of Virginia's New River Valley. Before coming to the U.S. in 1986, Feng received his BFA degree from Shanghai Teacher’s University and taught in its art department for four years. Aqueous Fluoreau on Behance.
Magazine Cover Illustration. Famous Paintings Drawn in Spirals. These portraits were made for an advertising campaign for Faber-Castell by illustrator/designer Chan Hwee Chong.
Artwork © Chan Hwee Chong Link via Behance Network. Anamorphic Drawings: Hidden Images Revealed. Fresh Visual Daily Anamorphic Drawings: Hidden Images Revealed.
3D Illustrations Come Alive on the Page! Figures come alive and jump off the pages in these illustrations by Japanese artist Nagai Hideyuki.
By displaying simple pads of paper at special vantage points, the artist's amazing charcoal and pencil drawings form playful 3D optical illusions. The 21-year-old artist has quite a knack for perspective and each new drawing is more surprising than the next. Hideyuki identifies himself as an anamorphic artist, which is a style of art that stems from the early Renaissance. The style features techniques based on perspective, where an artist creates distorted images or drawings that are recognizable only when viewed in a certain way. The way Hideyuki sets up his sketch pads reminds me of opening a pop-up book and having the scenes emerge before my eyes. If you enjoy being visually challenged by these types of impressive optical illusions, you can check out similar work by Chilean artist Fredo, here. Nagai Hideyuki's website via [Visual News] Gregory Euclide.