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Awesome Pencil Drawings From Students Notebooks

Awesome Pencil Drawings From Students Notebooks
Awesome Pencil Drawings From Students Notebooks Posted on 28 June 2010 Crni When I was in high school I was pretty bored on the most of the lessons I had to attend, especially maths and physics. So, I used to scrible different objects in my notebook and at the end of the year my notebook looked like true piece of artwork. However that wasn’t very helpful when I had to pass the exams. It seems that lot of students have such hobbies, to draw anything while they’re bored during the lessons. Via Andrea Joseph’s Sketchblog. Related:  Drawing

People - Gallery of Commissioned Portraits of People Hoodie8x10 inchesColoured pencil on drafting film Grandpa Elliott10x16 inchesColoured pencil on black mat board Joy8x11 inchesColoured pencil and solvent on Pastelmat Face of Symmetry8x10 inchesColoured pencils on Pastelmat Steph8x10 inchesAcrylics on 355gsm Canson Mi-Teintes Tex Card Antoinette's Commission12x16 inchesColoured Pencil on Illustration Board Molly and Kyzak8x10 inchColoured pencil on Matte Board Bright Eyes5x7 inchesGraphite and Black Pencil on drafting film Sarah and Joey8x10 inches Coloured pencil on drafting film Wonder8x10 inchGraphite pencil on drafting film My Rock 11x8 inchesColoured pencils and pan pastels on wood Reece4x6 inchesGraphite pencil on drafting film Peter the Red8x10 inchesPastel on Pastelmat Paris8x10 inchesGraphite and coloured pencil on drafting film Dad4x6 inchesWatercolour pencils on Rtistx panel Lola8x10 inchesColoured Pencils on Pastelmat Bonny Chris8x10 inchesColoured pencil on Canson Mi Teintes Paper Hope11x14 inchesColoured pencils on matte board

Dear Photograph Sketchbook Secrets: 50 Beautiful Sketchbook Scans The sketchbook is—to borrow a term from the new millenniums’ popular discourse—an artist’s BFF. It’s a diary for the visually inclined—a place where artists can most comfortably explore their personal thoughts, work out their visual needs, practice, maintain a visual history, and hopefully create the unpolished work that will eventually lead to amazing work for the world to see. But, sometimes, when we’re lucky, we get to see the process. Below are 50 beautiful sketchbook scans from 35 talented artists. Allen Sutton Mattias Adolfsson Laura More Amore David Fullarton Irena Zablotska Rafael Bertone Alena Lavdovskaya Beka Pkhakadze Christian Borku David Sossella f1x Grino Anna Rusakova Hanna Viktorsson Ignacio Veiga Irina Vinnik Jenkins Jenkins Jose Domingo Betancur Gomez Joshua Philippe Julia-Grigorieva Katia Petrunina Kyle Letendre L Filipe dos Santos Luishock Mamz Hu Michael Murdock Nacho-Yague Nicolas Cuestas Ooli razead Roger Haus Sabine ten Lohuis Taylor White Timothy Duong Trevor Henry Yissus Galiana Author: Shane Ward

How to Draw and Paint Smart 1X - Fine Art Photography & Prints Q. Cassetti on the Behance Network Truly Inspired Traditional Black and White Drawings Many people think that the tradition artwork will die in the time of digital life. Actually, the digital art is just another trend of the art development through the history. Unlike the digital computer arts, the traditional pencils and colors give you a physical sense of the artwork that you can touch and walk around. The sculpture is one of the traditional arts’ examples that cannot be replaced with a digital version or digital sculpture. The black and white artwork using the pencils and the charcoal is one of the challenging forms or art that uses only the gray colors to visualize the scene and ideas based on the light and shadows. The collections below includes amazing black and white artwork using pencil and charcoal with different hard and soft styles. House on Liberty Street Miss-HyperShadow Krasiczyn Akreon lightthought 287 Drawing JeSSanchez Village Pervandr Scribblism Inkscape I Mynti Love Jacksl The Visitor Mhr79 Gag Nailone misinformed GunnerRomantic The Remnant Shimoda7 Efra270 Jockey Ruddiger

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