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They have similar patterns inside the drawing and also has a feel of motion due to the lines twirling around each other.

New etching

This is 10" x 7" approximately, printed from a 16 gauge copper sheet I found in the basement and cut to this odd but regular size with a hack saw. This was printed with block printing ink, but I didn't know until Lisa told me... it was really hard to wipe!

Illustrations par Peony Yip

Illustrations par Peony Yip - Journal du Design

Magnifiques dessins de l'artiste Peony Yip Voici de magnifiques illustrations de l'artiste Peony Yip, réalisées au crayon avec une superposition en rouge illustrant le coté animal de l'être humain. Pour en savoir plus sur l'artiste,

Hong Kong based artist Peony Yip, aka The White Deer. I’m loving all her pencil work, but especially these animal morphing illustrations overlayed on females faces, aiming to explore the relationship between human, animal and nature.

Peony Yip Animal Morphing Illustrations

I just stumbled over the lovely illustration work of Hong Kong based artist Peony Yip, aka The White Deer. I'm loving all her pencil work, but especially these animal morphing illustrations overlayed on females faces, aiming to

Russ Mills Art. Good example of the use of black in dark areas and lovely display of creativity.

Russ Mills

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The humanization of animals and animalizing humans paintings on photographs by Charlotte Caron.  via Juxtapoz Magazine

Charlotte Caron's Painted Animal Portraits

Charlotte Caron, graduating from Fine Arts with honors just last year, already has an impressive body of work. Chunked into four series—Landscapes, Portraits, Vanities, and Anatomy—the unique treatment of the Portraits have particularly stood out.