guy denning - a drawing a day: March 2011

Guy Denning- 'scruff' (Sheffield Institute of Arts fundraiser), permanent marker on t-shirt March 2011

The majority of this image was created with scribbling - especially near the edges. The areas of this image that needed a little more definition were refined with cross hatching to assist in determining the form.

Saatchi Art Artist Kovacs Anna Brigitta; Painting, "Elephant" #art


ARTFINDER: Elephant by Kovács Anna Brigitta - Watercolour with gold pigment. Original watercolour painting on high quality watercolour paper. I love landscapes, still life, nature and wildlife, lights .

How to sketch for abstract

How to sketch for abstract - How To - Artists & Illustrators - Original art for sale direct from the artist

Ian Murphy Ian Murphy used some tone in certain ares to create depth. In most of Ian Murphy's work he uses a lot of 3D proportions. I would like to try and use these techniques in my work.

WHO: Ian Murphy WHAT: Venetian Canal WHY: I like the use of mark making to add depth to the drawing. I also like the way the piece guides your eye into the vanishing point becasue of the leading lines.

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Ian Murphy Ornate Architecture, Fine Line Pen and water

Ian Murphy - Architectural Studies in Sketchbook I like the use of ink and drawing to create this piece and the annotations next to it

LONELY CITIES - Zachary Johnson

Architectural Sketches - Artist Sketches Each Lonely City He Moves To - Zachary Johnson screen and lino printing, used as a background illustration

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Ian Murphy depicts derelict buildings and often paints/draws on printed material which bleeds through. I like how Ian Murphy used pastel, contrasting colours to make his work eye-catching and unique.

Ian Murphy Venice window drawing | AGA Design 2015 Resolution : DRAW MORE

Ian Murphy Venice window drawing Sometimes focuses around one part of a building where more detail can be incorporated

В. Кошляков. Портал Руанского собора. 1994. Темпера, картон

Valery Koshlyakov’s large-scale cardboard paintings, collages and installations – sometimes hanging from the ceiling, sometimes made out of sticky ta

Valery Koshlyakov - High-rise on Raushskaya Embankment (2006) - Tempera on Cardboard

Valery Koshlyakov High-rise on Raushskaya Embankment 2006 Tempera on cardboard 285 x 280 cm

karen beneditti. a city point of view, mixed media on canvas

a city point of view, mixed media on canvas. Long shape for the image of a city point, same techniques could be used for the Black Country buildings.