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Nicolas Delort, a freelance illustrator based in Paris, creates wonderfully textural pen & ink (on scratchboard) illustrations

Nicolas Delort, a freelance illustrator based in Paris, creates wonderfully textural pen & ink (and/or scratchboard?) illustrations that take inspiration from greats like Franklin Booth and Gustav Doré — with perhaps a bit of Joseph Clement Coll and Virgi

Digital art selected for the Daily Inspiration #2154

This post is part of our daily series of posts showing the most inspiring images selected by some of the Abduzeedo's writers and users.

*Pin Continued*  6. Color each section gradating color from dark to light to dark.  7. Use an analogous color and apply same gradation pattern.  8. Add another analogous color or repeat the first one.  9. Use different colors for the next section.    This is how you color: shade lightly the entire shape with a color of your choice. shade full strength - leaving a small area in the middle. use white pencil to blend the middle part. use black or a darker color to blend the sides of the shape.

How to draw and color an optical design. Add an illusion of depth in the design by using colored pencils coloring techniques. Mix and blend colors. Complete tutorial by artist and teacher Julianna Kunstler.

by Clara Lieu My response to the October Art Dare:  “Your Future Self.” The media is white conte crayon and white charcoal pencil on black paper. Many years ago, I briefly had a DeQuerv…

My Response to the October Art Dare: “Your Future Self”

by Clara Lieu My response to the October Art Dare: “Your Future Self.” The media is white conte crayon and white charcoal pencil on black paper. Many years ago, I briefly had a DeQuerv…

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