Back of the head drawing- Hood by Henrietta Harris

Back of the head drawing- Hood by Henrietta Harris (when I was at art-school, a judgment often made was whether a drawing was 'credible' or not.

Rupert Bathurst. The artist paid a lot of attention to all the plains on the face and captured a face with amazing personality.

WHO: Rupert Bathurst. WHY: I like how the artist paid a lot of attention to all the lines on the face and captured a face with amazing personality

Illustration by Florian Nicolle. This is beautiful. I love the choices that the artist made about which details to add, and which ones to leave out.

inspiration for style of watercolour portrait painting taking advantage of negative space nina by Florian NICOLLE, via Behance

By Henry Moore

TECHNICAL DRAWING: This drawing is called Again by artist Henry Moore. I am not to sure what the medium used in this but it kind of looks like pen but in saying that I like the way he has used cross hatching to define the drawing of the his own hands.

Love this! Collage and ink?

Mesmerizing Mixed Media Portraits (12 total)

Using a variety of different tools including a bic pen, watercolors and Chinese ink, artist Florian Nicolle creates amazing, mixed media portraits. After a rigorous amount of drawing and painting, she then adds texture and detail using Photoshop.

Mark Powell - doodling on envelopes. Stunning.

Mark Powell Drawing on antique envelopes, I like the symbolism of drawing older faces on old envelopes, echoing their age and experiences and journeys. Captivating and emotive!

Stunning

Selected drawings by Oldřich Kulhánek (February 1940 – January Oldřich Kulhánek was a well-known Czech artist, graphic designer, and illustrator. He created the design for the current Czech banknotes and postage stamps.

Guy Denning Drawings

art - social dysfunction celebrated as ritual: 'war machine' (war correspondent)

This artist does a quick sketch each day and posts it to his blog. This one was done with conte and chalk and is proff that you can create something striking and accomplished in very little time. By Guy Denning

guy Denning Charcoal/graphite Quick illustration with charcoal creates form and gestural lines. Still realistic and soft. The whites and blacks stand out againt=st the coloured paper

Guy Denning

"pastel painting for Greenberg conte and pastel on paper 13 x 15 cm March Guy Denning

art - social dysfunction celebrated as ritual Guy Denning

"junger mann von Koln" conte and chalk on paper 30 x 65 cm February 2014

Guy Denning

Guy Denning "inside out" conte and pastel on paper

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