Call me crazy but I find this pretty damn awesome! I love all the elements that make up this portrait.. Prob will never get it, but if I did I'd put it on my thigh!

drawing death skulls girl animals people Black and White beautiful face pencil draw animal tattoos tattoo flowers skull bird tattooed Sketch bones teeth roses tattooed girl nose tattoo design hummingbird shoulder Tattoo artist girls with tattoos beautiful

Eye Study by *DarkKenjie on deviantART https://www.facebook.com/CharacterDesignReferences

Just a short 1 hour study of the human eye in front, soft hard and side views. The teacher made us do it in a pen and cross hatching technic which I never had done and kind of avoide.

Shading and rendering: Portrait Art Basics

Portrait Mastery - Pencil Portrait Mastery - Profil à la graphite - Discover The Secrets Of Drawing Realistic Pencil Portraits Discover The Secrets Of Drawing Realistic Pencil Portraits

Hand Study 001, Zsofia Gyuker Art Curator & Art Adviser. I am targeting the most exceptional art! Catalog @ http://www.BusaccaGallery.com

very detailed and interesting drawing which carefully shows depth and tones through the use of light and dark areas. interesting how strong the drawing is when pared with a simple outlined background

Using a technique called cross hatching, i can make lines to show value

Shadows-Diffused Light from a Single Point Shadows- Light from a single point: This is a technique to use when light does not hit from one single direction. A single light source radiates out and c…

Love this so much! | Drawings | Sketching | Stipple Shading | Micron Pens | Faces | Shading | Art

I LOVE THIS IDEA! I've used tht exact micron pen for a dot drawing before, so I'm trying this , it mighte take a while to draw it but it's pretty

Stellar sketches by Kerby Rosanes (15 HQ photos)

Stellar sketches by Kerby Rosanes (15 HQ photos)

rendering - example -cross-hatching how to cross hatch using more contour lines to show shape as well as shade

rendering - example -cross-hatching how to cross hatch using more contour lines to show shape as well as shade not to shading techniques

Edvard Munch -  Dance of Death [1914-1916]

Edvard Munch — Totentanz (Self portrait), lithograph, 1915

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