Tag: drawing

Nov 29, 2014

Clever Animal Comics by Shanghai Tango

Clever Animal Comics by Shanghai Tango

Shanghai Tango is an artist and illustrator from China. In an ongoing series of comics and doodles, Tango’s simple and clever drawings ‘say it all’ without saying a word. You can find all of the artist’s work on his Tumblr page, Shanghai Tango. [via Bored Panda] 1. Artwork by Shanghai Tango …

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Nov 25, 2014

When She’s Not Drawing The Simpsons, Liz Climo Makes Funny Animal Comics

When She’s Not Drawing The Simpsons, Liz Climo Makes Funny Animal Comics

When Liz Climo isn’t busy drawing characters and storyboards for The Simpsons, she’s working on her own hilarious series of animal comics which you can find on her wildly popular Tumblr blog. After studying art at San Jose State University, Liz applied to the school of Animation but was rejected. However, two weeks later…

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Nov 23, 2014

Beautiful Ballpoint Pen Drawings by Marite Desaine

Beautiful Ballpoint Pen Drawings by Marite Desaine

Mārīte Desaine is an artist from Latvia. In the series below we explore the artist’s amazing ballpoint pen drawings. Each piece takes approximately 30 hours and the unmistakeable pen strokes create a really interesting drawing style. You can see much more of Desaine’s work (which includes digital illustrations and watercolor paintings) on deviantART. If…

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Nov 20, 2014

Artist Transforms Kids Drawings Into Plush Toys

Artist Transforms Kids Drawings Into Plush Toys

Wendy Tsao brings kids drawings to life by transforming them into amazing plush toys. Wendy made her first toy (which she calls ‘softies’) back in 2007, based on a self-portrait her 4-year-old son had drawn. On her website Wendy explains: “I am an artist, and I value creativity in all walks of life, including…

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Nov 10, 2014

It’s Hard to Believe this Notepad Art is Two-Dimensional

It’s Hard to Believe this Notepad Art is Two-Dimensional

Artist João A. Carvalho aka J Desenhos draws amazing 3D notepad art that seems to leap off the page. On his popular Facebook page, Nas linhas do caderno, Carvalho shares progress shots of his drawings, encouraging others to share their artwork too. Many of his sketches play with the signature blue lines of a…

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Nov 6, 2014

Artist Removes One Letter from Famous Movie Titles and Illustrates the Results

Artist Removes One Letter from Famous Movie Titles and Illustrates the Results

Writer and illustrator Austin Light recently shared a funny series of sketches from his notebook that reimagines movie titles with one letter removed. The idea started on reddit where users were asked to, “Pick a movie, remove one letter, give a brief description“. As a daily art project, Light took the concept one step…

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Nov 4, 2014

The Great Outdoors by Brian Edward Miller

The Great Outdoors by Brian Edward Miller

Brian Edward Miller is an artist and illustrator based in Erie, Colorado. In the digital illustrations below we see Brian’s unique, ‘art deco-inspired’ style. The four artworks below are a celebration of the great outdoors and were from three different commissioned projects. #1 was an illustration done for the Tarsus Group’s Label Expo in…

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