Is this by the same person that made that horrifying Patrick Star?
No it's a different person.
If only she had learned to whistle
Gosha...that's a nice drawing
...I thought this was a photo. Excellent work!
What kind of pencil was used to create this great work of art?
Thank you :) I do practice to specialize in realism art :)
Thank you :) Use F, 2B, 8B and mechanical pencil 0.5 for this drawing along with a white gel pen for the highlights.
I could see hanging something like this up in my office. Sorry your post got removed! Somebody doesn't know the difference between a sketch and a finished piece of art!
Is this all one line? I like it
Yes it is all one line! Thank your for your kind words, it’s actually one of the first continuous line drawings that I did that launched me into the direction of my style :)
That’s so nice thank you!!! I was super bummed out when it got taken down. Funny enough I framed it and it’s happily hanging in my bedroom :)
This brings peace to my imagination
One of the touches I like here is how the sky above the mountains is the lake after it curves around
This looks like an Ito Junji's artwork about the Spiral series
Who made this??? I feel a strong connection to this
This is beautiful, so rich in color and texture.
I love elephants! This is beautiful.
Wow that is really pretty, you have a really great talent for art! Nice job!
Looks like a vandalized Jan Vermeer painting. Marvelous.
What is this style called? I absolutely love it.
TIL vandalism can make a painting better
Some Natalie Portman inspiration perhaps?
I am REALLY digging the scale here. I feel like underwater dragon bones could be a whole series of pieces!
I think it’s digital art. Look pretty realistic right?
I was just getting ready to boast to my SO "I told you they were real!"
Little heads up his name is Stefan Koidl not Koifl. Awesome piece.
I’m totally enamored by this style.
Classic image of a saint mixed with modern bits, love it.
Love how the subway map works as a crown
Rose Byrne? Looks like a dead ringer.