Fantastic art in The Journey of Universe
The Journey of Universe is a project by Zhichao Cai an illustrator and game director in China. It's the story of six guys who have lost their way to their motherland.
The Blue Door, Royal Hotel - print of original watercolor by Cathy Johnson
The historic Royal Hotel in Excelsior Springs is slated for renovation; right now the back of the old place is quite picturesque, and I couldn't resist sketching it. This print is from an original plein air ink and watercolor, done on the spot one beautiful fall day. The print is 5 x 7" which works well in an 8" x 10" frame; I make every effort to match the color as closely as possible and use archival materials, but there is often some variation due to differences in computer monitors…
Cornerstone » Ian Murphy Drawings
Code: DRW-08/020 Graphite, mixed media & Oil on paper 60cm x 30cm Ian Murphy often goes “off the beaten track” to try and discover new and exciting drawing locations. The site he found to produce the “Cornerstone” drawing was part of such a journey, a forgotten corner in a dark, secluded passageway in Venice. It […]
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John Walsom's Portfolio - John Walsom - Architectural and Streetscapes Illustrator. UK
John Walsom is a UK based illustrator. His illustrations are done in watercolour, though he sometimes uses acrylics.He uses a range of stencils for ellipses and curves, pencils, brushes and paint
Simply British by DareToWatch on DeviantArt
A combination of structures that impressed me during my visit to London in 2011. The London Tower Bridge, the Shard, the St. Paul's Cathedral, the Westm... Simply British
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