Graphite Illustrations That Explore the Detailed Relationships of the Natural World by Zoe Keller

Graphite Illustrations That Explore the Detailed Relationships of the Natural World by Zoe Keller

Graphite Illustrations That Explore the Detailed Relationships of the Natural World by Zoe Keller | Colossal

Graphite Illustrations That Explore the Detailed Relationships of the Natural World by Zoe Keller

Good morning everyone, Here is the start of a new graphite illustration. As you can clearly see, I have started by using a basic grid, completed a simple sketch, and added some detail. I hope you enjoy watching this grow.. To see more of my work please visit  http://www.davidtruman.co.uk/Wildl

Good morning everyone, Here is the start of a new graphite illustration. As you can clearly see, I have started by using a basic grid, completed a simple sketch, and added some detail. I hope you enjoy watching this grow.. To see more of my work please visit http://www.davidtruman.co.uk/Wildl

Zoe Keller creates detailed illustrations pulled from the natural world. Her fauna-based drawings are done completely in charcoal, drawing the eye to the subtle markings used to create either fur or scales. Source imagery for the works comes from nature and how it becomes mediated in books and filed

Graphite Illustrations That Explore the Detailed Relationships of the Natural World by Zoe Keller

Graphite Illustrations That Explore the Detailed Relationships of the Natural World by Zoe Keller | Colossal

Graphite Illustrations That Explore the Detailed Relationships of the Natural World by Zoe Keller (Colossal)

WEEK 1: Graphite ILLUSTRATOR: Alvin Chong MATERIALS: biro/fine liner pen WHY I LIKE IT: This continous line illustration is captivating due to the light and shade created with shading and lifework. this work could have been done in pencil hence gained ins

WEEK Graphite ILLUSTRATOR: Alvin Chong MATERIALS: biro/fine liner pen WHY I LIKE IT: This continous line illustration is captivating due to the light and shade created with shading and lifework. this work could have been done in pencil hence gained ins

Illustrator  Anja Sušanj's illustrations from "City."

Anja Sušanj's Drawings That Only Make Us More Curious About The "City"

Meh, looks better as a thumbnail... Anyway, this was an attempt at a graphite illustration of my fursona, Fallon (WhiteFire). ---> Fallon TEMP REF It's alright but I can tell I lost my pati...

Meh, looks better as a thumbnail. Anyway, this was an attempt at a graphite illustration of my fursona, Fallon (WhiteFire). ---> Fallon TEMP REF It's alright but I can tell I lost my pati.

좋아요 23개, 댓글 2개 - Instagram의 Jason Raish(@jasonraish)님: "#cape #1920s #paris #aleistercrowley #flapper #graphite #illustration #drawing"

좋아요 23개, 댓글 2개 - Instagram의 Jason Raish(@jasonraish)님: "#cape #1920s #paris #aleistercrowley #flapper #graphite #illustration #drawing"

Félicien Rops drawing hiding in the morgue. This is a colored pencil and graphite illustration for Les Diaboliques by Jules Bargey d'Aurevilly, from 1882, entitled A Dinner of Atheists.

Félicien Rops (Belgian, 1833 – drawing hiding in the morgue. This is a colored pencil and graphite illustration for Les Diaboliques by Jules.

Graphite Illustrations from Raymond Lemstra: raymond-lemstra_06.jpg

Graphite Illustrations from Raymond Lemstra

Graphite Illustrations from Raymond Lemstra: raymond-lemstra_05.jpg

Graphite Illustrations from Raymond Lemstra

Artist: tumblr user ak47. I was very impressed by the use of crosshatching in this image. The varying directions and intensities allowed for numerous and distinctive faces on this rock.

Hatching and value practice. Varied texture rendition through the use of cross hatching allows the form of the object to be explored.

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