Michael/ 23 yrs old/ South Texas/ Classical Hollywood lover/ Very conservative to the core/ mildly autistic but fully aware of anything/ Hate popular music/ Kitty lover too. Feel free to follow me even if you only like about Hollywood, politicals issues, airplanes or trains. Ask me anything. Also...
The practice of making detailed graphite pencil drawings goes back to the the 17th and 18th centuries, when Plumbago drawings were popular for minor portraits. Plumbago refers to the combination of graphite and clay that makes up the core of most graphite pencils even to this day. These plumbago portraits were primaril
Dutch artist Ramon Bruin uses nothing but paper, pen, and cleverly positioned props, to create the illusion of depth. He calls the technique ‘anamorphosis’, but refuses to explain exactly how it's done.
My favorite material for drawing is watercolor. Watercolor looks like a living being because it "breathes", and it is not always possible to predict the final result. It has something to do with emotions or elements. Sometimes artistic surprises happen in the process of creating a painting or drawing. This unpredictability makes watercolor works unique every time. It is impossible to repeat the same result. But successful results and beautiful surprises can be saved.