Armenian fashion illustrator Edgar Artis uses stylized paper cut outs and everyday objects to create mesmerising dresses.
Armenian fashion illustrator Edgar Artis creates gorgeous dress designs with everyday objects he finds at home. From a Nutella dress, to paper clip garments, Edgar doesn't seem to be running out of ideas anytime soon.
Week 3 submission 3 - Inspirational- Reflection- I think this drawing because the artist used the this around her to emphasize the dress in the picture. The pencil shavings create a flow effect of the dress
I think this is really creative and having a personal interest in dance and acrobatics i find her positioning and stance to be beautiful along with the shading and techniques included in this illustration.
Strook is the word used to refer to the collage work of Bruges-based artist Stefaan De Croock. His signature collage...
How to draw an eye. This is probably the best way to explain it to a newbie but I still think I won't be able to draw it well. The thing is this is how to draw a BIG eye what about the little eyes on characters or something.
As the edge of the moon touched the top of the waterfall the cascade turned the color of the pale yellow moon. Slowly the light touched the river and began to flow down the river. He watched, pensive, as his cloak flapped int he light breeze.