Animated Graphite Drawings by T.S. Abe

You might remember the graphite animated self-portrait of UK based illustrator T.S.Abe we posted last year. Here is new updates with more animation drawings she did in a matter of this year for different occasions, mostly commissioned for fashion industry. Check the animated works on www.krop.com/tsabe and review full portfolio of T.S.Abe on www.tsabe.co.uk

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Pastel Works of Alex Louisa

Australian artist Alex Louisa (Instagram) from Brisbane draws upon life and death in nature with fervor in her soft pastel artworks. Primarily using PanPastels on textured paper, she is able to exhibit her unique fascination for her subject’s peculiarities.

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Blue-pencil Wild-Man Drawings by Zachari Logan

"Blue pencil drawings by Canadian artist Zachari Logan depicting a man engulfed by plants, animals, and insects. Logan uses himself as a model for his drawings and paintings, turning his elaborate studies of nature to explore intersections between masculinity, identity, memory and place. His idea of a man entwined with nature, a life unfamiliar to most of us, is his concept of a unified man who Zachari believes has disappeared in the 21st century."

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Coffee Stain Drawings by Carter Asmann

Few times we posted Carter's works on our Instagram, now we get our hands on his portfolio full of drawings created from a coffee cup stains. Among his most impressive pieces are his graphite drawings of motorcycles and other vehicles that rest on drippy caffeinate circles. The contrast of his detailed renderings with the sloppy coffee tires never seems to get old.

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"Double Exposure" Drawings by Melissa Cooke

Super talented Melissa Cooke draws so realistically that you would think her renderings are photographs. Instead of using pencil lines to outline her subjects and draft her compositions, she achieves incredible depth by dusting layers of graphite onto paper with a dry brush.

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