jedavu:

ZONA by Alex Andreyev

Digital art guru, Saint-Petersburg based illustrator Alex Andreyev created a concept for ZONA TV series (based on the short science fiction novel written by Arkady and Boris Strugatsky), to be released in 2015

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myampgoesto11:

Drawings by Olivia Knapp

Olivia Knapp’s intricate hand drawn pen and ink style is influenced by European line engravings of decorative relief and scientific specimens from the 16th to 18th centuries. Her tight cross hatching technique involves long slow and steady curved lines that articulate the surface contours of her subjects; creating supple and tangible imagery. These un-swelled lines incorporate a “line to dot” rendering method as well as an, extremely rare “dot and lozenge” rendering method. “Dot and lozenge” is a practice that was used by 16th century masters, in which a dot is placed in the center of a diamond shape made by a cross hatching pattern, helping to refine the transition between values.

Most of Olivia’s content explores the relationship between desire, reason, and circumstance. Her current body of work uses the head and heart as contrasting characters in an on going story.

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noratshere:

My steampunk robo-hand evolved

*EXTERNALLY SCREECHING*

*white mom voice* INK POISONING

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asylum-art:

Ann Marie Bone

Artist on Tumblr | Facebook | on deviantART

Ann Marie Bone is a freelance artist / painter with a passion for vibrant colours. She paints mainly in oils and acrylic on canvas, in a wide variety of sizes but she also paints in watercolours and does pencil drawings. If you love landscape illustrations … make sure to scroll through.

© All images courtesy of the artist

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philliplight:

Been working on these for the past couple of weeks. The beginning to a fairy tale idea that I have going on in my head….not really sure where I’m gonna go with this, but here is the beginning of it!

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