Turkish illustrator Mert Tugen’s stretchy limb people are kind of endearing, and totally in keeping with the body style of characters in his professional work.
Drawing architectural detail freehand into your sketchbook requires precision and speed, especially while travelling. But hundreds of sketchbookers do this routinely by choice. These images are from a “sketching for architecture” group on Flickr. (Click the artist’s name to go to the original and zoom in)
These sketchbooks by Leah Reena Goren are simple but beautiful confirmations of everyday life, something artists have an eye for.
This beautiful set of Easter sketches is by Violeta Hernández, an illustrator in Monterrey, Mexico. See the full sketchbook series on the previous Art Junkie Easter posting here.
It’s time to re-appreciate Danny Gregory, an artist, author, illustrator, speaker, podcaster, teacher and mainline, all-round popular celeb. He has a WordPress blog, a website you can easily get lost in, an Instagram account (of course: @dannyobadiah) and assorted social media. But the best way to get to know […]
Just two of Mithil Thaker’s sketchbook fantasies should give you a clear understanding of his imagination.