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  • In Speed Drawing: Illustration By Alex Young

    In Speed Drawing: Illustration By Alex Young

    Illustration By Alex young Time Lapse Video This time-lapse video shows the creation of a piece of art by Alex Young, from blank board to final inking. Heavily influenced by the subcultural paradigms of comic, skateboarding, and tattoo culture, Alex Young draws upon a rich reservoir of influences to produce his heavily stylised illustrations and meticulously rendered portraits. Read More… Links To Alex Youngs Work Website – http://brainofalexyoung.com Facebook – http://www.facebook.com/pages/Alex-Young-artistillustrator Tumblr – http://thebrainpages.tumblr.com Shop – http://alexyoung.bigcartel.com

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  • In Speed Drawing – Angelina Jolie

    In Speed Drawing – Angelina Jolie

    Angelina Jolie Speed Drawing By Reylia Reylia is 18 years old, born and raised in Japan and home schooled. She loves drawing, photography, vintage writing, complicated simplicity comics and anything creative she can admire. What draws me in, what inspires me is some kinda awesome Video Description The music is credited in the video. A new drawing tip is shown at the end (From now on all of my videos will contain drawing tips) so be sure to see it […]

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  • In Speed Painting: Falling Apart by MyaWho

    In Speed Painting: Falling Apart by MyaWho

    Sharpie, Ink pen, White Ink pen, Back and White acrylic, Pastels, watercolor, and colored pencil. Song: Norah Jones – Painter Song High Quality Look: http://fav.me/d4ksbmd

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  • In Speed Drawings: Look For Beauty In The Mundane

    In Speed Drawings: Look For Beauty In The Mundane

    My website: http://www.theportraitart.com Had to change music and re-upload. Usually this style of realism drawing is done with graphite pencil over a long period of time because they don’t smudge easy and allows finer control. It was definitely a great learning experience to try to do it faster with charcoal, i would say 70% of this drawing is about blending rather than putting charcoal on paper. The goal is to have a decently convincing drawing without spending much time and showing the […]

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