More ideas from Erik

“Looking At You” Series - by Will Kim Medium: Brush Markers, Soft Pastels, & Oil Pastels I have posted these four Looking At You Series all on the separate days and I thought it would be nice to put all the drawings for the same series together.

Mary Klundt I think that this is an interesting concept as a graphic. I really like the collision of the lines as well as the very simple break down of the picture. It may be a little saucy, but I still think that this is an interesting take on an image.

Artodyssey: Sylvie Guillot Amazing use of line to create form. Strong command of human anatomy knowledge, the way the artist exaggerates certain areas of the body helps to emphasize the model's turned away pose. Use of complementary blues and oranges is a great way of creating form and value without over rendering the figure.

Artodyssey: Sylvie Guillot Amazing use of line to create form. Strong command of human anatomy knowledge, the way the artist exaggerates certain areas of the body helps to emphasize the model's turned away pose. Use of complementary blues and oranges is a