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Original Portrait Pencil Drawing Fine Art Hands
"Fragments' An original fine art drawing by Ileana Hunter. Model: Eliethia Russell SIZE: 8 x 11" SUPPORT: Daler Rowney 'Bristol Board' High Quality 250 gsm - Extra Smooth Surface
The Rolling Stones: Illustrated Portraits by Stavros Damos | Inspiration Grid
Using his unique style, Greek illustrator Stavros Damos created this cool series of portraits of The Rolling Stones. More illustrations via Inspiration Hut
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These beautifully executed studies of the human form are the work of artist Dimosthenis Prodromou. Prodromou studied Moving Image and Fine Art at East
Juxtapoz Magazine - The Oil and Watercolor Works by Silvia Pelissero
Or should we say, the works of Agnes Cecile, because Silvia goes by that name as well. We are into the works of the Italian artist this morning, who w...
Papercut Portraits - Honestly WTF
Belgium-based artist Kris Trappeniers cuts into paper, creating the most unbelievable and intricate paper portraits. Delicate, complex and downright impressive! (via here)
Flickr is almost certainly the best online photo management and sharing application in the world. Show off your favorite photos and videos to the world, securely and privately show content to your friends and family, or blog the photos and videos you take with a cameraphone.
John Whitcomb: Never-Changing Style
I recently posted the first in an occasional series of posts about illustrators who changed their style in order to maintain their careers. Those who failed to do that either had shooting star careers or were the fortunate few who successfully worked for decades with few or no adjustments. Most famous of the latter is Norman Rockwell, who never went out of style and now is on the fringe of being considered a member of the fine arts crew. J.C. Leyendecker had a long run as well, but fell out…