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    thirdorgan:

Zdzisław Beksiński
1965

    thirdorgan:

    Zdzisław Beksiński

    1965



    Reblogged from Miss Spite's Miscellany.
    Tags: drawing

    April 12, 2014, 1:43pm

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    stevekimarts:

processes

    stevekimarts:

    processes



    Reblogged from processes.
    Tags: drawing

    April 12, 2014, 3:25am

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    theremina:

"I always get annoyed when I hear of another colleague telling a young artist that they ‘don’t have the goods’ or they ‘should give up’. I’m reminded of a drawing student of mine who improved so dramatically by the end of the semester that it was kind of magical. It should be obvious to know that when we are young, there is so much potential. (I was a terrible student by the way.) We can hit our stride at anytime. There’s no schedule for this. There could be some "eureka moment" or a series of them, that allows a person to grow. Everyone learns and progresses at a different pace.”
~Travis Louie

    theremina:

    "I always get annoyed when I hear of another colleague telling a young artist that they ‘don’t have the goods’ or they ‘should give up’. I’m reminded of a drawing student of mine who improved so dramatically by the end of the semester that it was kind of magical. It should be obvious to know that when we are young, there is so much potential. (I was a terrible student by the way.) We can hit our stride at anytime. There’s no schedule for this. There could be some "eureka moment" or a series of them, that allows a person to grow. Everyone learns and progresses at a different pace.”

    ~Travis Louie



    Reblogged from THEREMINA.

    January 05, 2014, 8:32pm

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    mollycrabapple:

Drawings of @stoya from GlassGaze

    mollycrabapple:

    Drawings of @stoya from GlassGaze



    Reblogged from Demographic of One.
    Tags: drawing

    January 05, 2014, 12:38pm

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    devidsketchbook:

    AWESOME DRAWINGS BY JIRI ANDERLE

    Czech painter and graphic artist Jiří Anderle (born 14 September 1936, in Pavlíkov, Rakovnik) Studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague,1955-1961. Active member of the Black Theatre of Prague from 1961 to 1969, founded by fellow student Jiri Srnec, touring Europe, Africa, the United States, Latin America and Australia.



    Reblogged from mediapathic.
    Tags: drawing

    September 02, 2013, 10:17pm

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    godzilla23:

"Embrace me in my death bed"

    godzilla23:

    "Embrace me in my death bed"



    Reblogged from GODZILLA23.
    Tags: drawing

    September 02, 2013, 9:26pm

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    (Source: giftsfromtheideademons)



    Reblogged from THEREMINA.
    Tags: drawing

    August 16, 2013, 7:34am

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    foxesinbreeches:

    Philippe Lemaire

    L’heure du bouc, 2004 
    Sans titre, 2003 

    Also



    Reblogged from sycamore. oak and birch..
    Tags: drawing

    August 16, 2013, 7:33am

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    odditiesoflife:

    Modern Bestiary

    Throughout the Middle Ages, enormously popular bestiaries presented descriptions of rare and unusual animals, typically paired with a moral or religious lesson. The real and the imaginary blended seamlessly in these books—at the time, the existence of a rhinoceros was as credible as a unicorn or dragon.

    Although modern audiences scoff at the impossibility of mythological beasts, there remains an extraordinary willingness by the public to suspend skepticism and believe wild stories about nature.

    Domenico Gnoli (1933-1970) is one of the most neglected illustrators of the 20th century. Born in Rome, Italy, he was an Italian artist, writer and stage designer. Gnoli was an imaginative, intense and technically gifted artist. He is best known for his books Orestes (The Art of Smiling), 1961 and Bestiario Moderno (Modern Bestiary), 1968.

    In Modern Bestiary, Gnoli produced an incredible collection of pen and ink illustrations that are intricately detailed and nothing short of amazing. Looking like ‘pop art’, his animal creations look like strange but lovable household pets. Who wouldn’t want a flying cat or rhino-chicken?

    sources 1, 2, 3, 4



    Reblogged from Universal Remonster.
    Tags: drawing

    August 16, 2013, 7:31am

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    mucholderthen:

    Human Anatomy — v.1.1, v.1.2, v.1.3 
    by Casey Cripe

    Perpetually In Progress
    02010 — 02012
    H
    andmade in the physical realm w/ wood, paper, glue, paint, pencil



    Reblogged from THEREMINA.
    Tags: drawing

    August 11, 2013, 10:17am

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    3liza:

Adele With DogEgon Schiele1917 

    3liza:

    Adele With Dog
    Egon Schiele
    1917 



    Reblogged from toxoplasm.
    Tags: drawing

    August 03, 2013, 8:13am

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    blue-voids:

    Karen Gunderson - Water paintings, 2005-12 - oil on board

    (Source: blue-voids)



    Reblogged from Miss Spite's Miscellany.
    Tags: drawing

    May 31, 2013, 11:44am

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    “keep drawing, make A LOT of drawings, and don’t worry about making bad drawings.”

    Thoughts on Doodling



    May 27, 2013, 10:17am

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    “DRAW FROM LIFE.  All the time.  Draw naked people.  Draw clothed people.  Draw pets and buildings and teacups and trees and draw all of it all the time.  Put it in a book that you keep in your pocket.  Steal life from the realm of the living so that the worlds you create might also live.”

    The Wizarding Way



    May 18, 2013, 8:34pm

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    binnorie:

    Bruno Vergauwen

    (Source: tattooedtaint)



    Reblogged from Binnorie.
    Tags: drawing

    May 16, 2013, 8:34pm

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