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How do you paint with colours that aren't there in real life?

How do you paint with colours that aren't there in real life?

Awesome A Level artwork by Elena Tomas Bort, completed at the Laude British School of Vila-real, Spain. Elena’s focuses upon how to draw eyes so that they reveal emotions and reflect messages about life.

How to draw realistic eyes within a high school Art project

Alice - Disney Characters in "Real Life" by Jerka Väätäinen, Finnish designer (he's studying graphic design at the Art University College at Bournemouth) These incredible projects are bringing him a lot of buzz and attention and with good reason! I love how he captured each characters features and completely stayed true to their entire look. The characters look as if a photo were taken and they truly do exist in real life! Check out his blog, he is also an amazing photographer.

Illustrations by Jirka Vinse

ALICE ❥ ♥Real Life Disney Characters by Kuopio, Finland based designer Jirka Väätäinen. Jirka Vinse is a Native Finn – Multifaceted Designer – Class BA (Hons) Graphic Design Graduate from the Arts University College at Bournemouth.

Lorena Cosba | Possibility with students-a self portrait, and a contrasting image to show what's underneath.

Lorena Cosba-could do this with students-a self portrait, and a contrasting image to show what's underneath. Note: Transformation in time peeling off effect layering the same face but in different time.

Plastic Surgery With Magazines by Metra Bruno and Laurence Jeanson

Plastic Surgery With Magazines by Metra Bruno and Laurence Jeanson

French artists Bruno Metra and Laurence Jeanson stick images of facial features cut out from fashion magazines over the models to form new facial expressions; The distortion in the face gives this person a more vibrant and fun expression.

Kris Trappeniers - ballpoint on paper - continuous line drawing This is one of the coolest continuous line drawings I have ever seen. Instead of looking completely askew it is pretty proportional and has the appropriate shading.

Kris Trappeniers - ballpoint on paper - continuous line drawing. This is one of the coolest continuous line drawings I have ever seen. Instead of looking completely askew it is pretty proportional and has the appropriate shading.

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