'More great photography inspiration From up North' this is similar to my splatter art style.
Tin Foil Head - I can see many ideas for Halloween looking at this! Never thought of using tin foil to make faces!
Melbourne, Australia artist Bec Winnel
Very interesting artist, Bec Winnel. Bec Winnel is a self taught artist and illustrator with formal training in Graphic Design. Described as subdued Victorian-esque portraits, Winnels works portray a sense of sadness and mystery under beautiful faces.
Just some paper. wait... WHAT!?
This is paper artist extraordinaire - Calvin Nicholls
Personal 4 color screen print inspired by Christopher Nolan film titled Inception. Made in two color versions and 24 x size. Work made digitally in Adobe Photoshop. by Gabz Grzegorz Domaradzki
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.
I love how the absence of colour in these drawings allow the emotions and concept of being together come through. I love how realistic these drawings are, particularly the wrinkles around the man's eyelid in the top drawing.
Artist: Oldřich Kulhánek Pen and ink drawing of hands intertwining. I like this as its use of repetition suggests the emphasis of the work.
Shape by Quentin Arnaud - Great examples of rim lighting. Bump up the ambient just a tad so the face isn't completely lost? play with reflectors to get a half lit nose/lips and some catch in the eyes? try with eyes closed as well.
National Student Art Competition Winners Announced
Jenny Saville discusses the origins of her interest in portrait painting, her process of interpreting flesh, and her drawings. The "YBA" she references is Young British Artists, a name for a diverse group of popular contemporaries in the