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Will you smile again? by Inna Heller, via Behance

red-lipstick: “Inna Heller (Hamburg, Altona, Germany) - Will You Smile Again, 2012 Drawings: Digital Outlines, Watercolors ”

You should stay wild.

French graphic design student, Marynn, is based in Nantes and have a curiosity led by the search of realism. You can see that in her simple yet graphic style using black and white pencil with subtle touch of colors. I especially like her portraits series.

Workshop with Agnes-Cecile -3 by tsuyachan.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

Watercolor under the supervision of Agnes-Cecile, at her solo exhibition in Rome. (Sorry for the bad resolution ç_ç ) Workshop with Agnes-Cecile

alisaburke: more collaboration

Interesting idea for portrait project! Collaboration or a mix of direction instruction (portraits) and experimentation (working into color blotches to make surreal-like hair.

Fred Hatt

Monumental Heads these portraits are 70 x 50 cm, by Fred Hatt. An example of LINE used to suggested TEXTURE and COLOR. Aquarelle crayons, working directly from life, using a scale larger than life.

ARTFINDER: Girl in gold by Kovács Anna Brigitta - Original watercolour painting on high quality watercolour paper. I love landscapes, still life, nature and wildlife, lights and shadows, colorful sight. Thes...

ARTFINDER: Girl in gold by Kovács Anna Brigitta - Original watercolour painting on high quality watercolour paper. I love landscapes, still life, nature and wildlife, lights and shadows, colorful sight.

Drawing eyes by Kate Powell

Art student acquires huge social media following, launching career while at high school

This is a personal piece that Kate created while at high school. It expresses the inner critic; the eyes of judgment and ever self-conscious brain observing 'every tiny awkward thing I do wrong'.

WHO: Nikos Gyftakis WHAT: Self- portrait WHAT: oil paintings break down the shape of the face into contours, just like a map breaks down the lay of the land into simple lines.