Wouter Meindertsma

Wouter Meindertsma

Wouter Meindertsma
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This is a really cool photo. It takes out the eyes which is usually the most striking things in pictures of people.

This is a really cool photo. It takes out the eyes which is usually the most striking things in pictures of people.

Digging this rad #eyeball #candle #sketch by the awesome @glennoart who has a fantastic portfolio of work! Be sure to check out Glenno's cool page...and if you dig black & white artwork, our 'Black & White: Volume Two' book is NOW available and shipping to art libraries around the world! Scoop one up for just $24.95 at www.OOSBooks.com

Digging this rad #eyeball #candle #sketch by the awesome @glennoart who has a fantastic portfolio of work! Be sure to check out Glenno's cool page...and if you dig black & white artwork, our 'Black & White: Volume Two' book is NOW available and shipping to art libraries around the world! Scoop one up for just $24.95 at www.OOSBooks.com

Eye Candy for Today: Franklin Booth pen and ink landscape drawing

Eye Candy for Today: Franklin Booth pen and ink landscape drawing

BIOFUSION by DZO Olivier on Behance  Drawing | Illustration | Pen | Ink | Ilustração | Draw | Desenho |

BIOFUSION by DZO Olivier on Behance Drawing | Illustration | Pen | Ink | Ilustração | Draw | Desenho |

Mrzyk y Moriceau: Aberrante felicidad en blanco y negro | Undermatic

Mrzyk y Moriceau: Aberrante felicidad en blanco y negro | Undermatic

Homage to Hokusai's "Great Wave Off Kanegawa" made for cover of Giant Robot Magazine in 2003.  Uprisings by kozyndan, via Behance

Homage to Hokusai's "Great Wave Off Kanegawa" made for cover of Giant Robot Magazine in 2003. Uprisings by kozyndan, via Behance

I like the way this drawing looks like a continuous line, whilst remaining realistic. I like the way the artist has used bold expressive lines to show the tone on the face, rather than blending the ink.

I like the way this drawing looks like a continuous line, whilst remaining realistic. I like the way the artist has used bold expressive lines to show the tone on the face, rather than blending the ink.

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coretan on Behance Más

Jean Jullien could use this for a great lesson on layering and textures | Illustration for the home

Jean Jullien could use this for a great lesson on layering and textures | Illustration for the home