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I like the use of thick and thin lines to create depth and detail.

I like the use of thick and thin lines to create depth and detail.

ottersunday: “ this was drawn and painted quickly and carelessly. facebook | instagram ”

ottersunday: “ this was drawn and painted quickly and carelessly. facebook | instagram ”

red-lipstick:  Holly Sharpe (Glasgow, Scotland, UK) - Sketch V     Drawings: Pencils

red-lipstick: Holly Sharpe (Glasgow, Scotland, UK) - Sketch V Drawings: Pencils

.`- @thequeenalexis

.`- @thequeenalexis

Drawing created using charcoal. Continuous line drawing capturing the features off her face. Different charcoal weights to highlight light and dark.                                                                                                                                                     Mais

Drawing created using charcoal. Continuous line drawing capturing the features off her face. Different charcoal weights to highlight light and dark. Mais

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inspiration

Henrietta Harris is an artist and illustrator from New Zealand who has created a series of seemingly unfinished portraits. Each drawing is a portrait with the subjects face missing — instead, the crisp black and white images are focused on fine lines and clean shapes. The hair on the subjects is incredibly detailed but the facial area of the image is completely blank. For more of her work, check out Harris’ website.

Intriguing portraits created without faces

Henrietta Harris is an artist and illustrator from New Zealand who has created a series of seemingly unfinished portraits. Each drawing is a portrait with the subjects face missing — instead, the crisp black and white images are focused on fine lines and clean shapes. The hair on the subjects is incredibly detailed but the facial area of the image is completely blank. For more of her work, check out Harris’ website.

Artist John Franzen creates textured drawings reminiscent of wrinkled fabric, or waves of water, by drawing tediously placed rows of lines with black ink. 'Each Line One Breath': Morphogenetic Freehand Drawings By John Franzen. Click through for videos.

Artist John Franzen creates textured drawings reminiscent of wrinkled fabric, or waves of water, by drawing tediously placed rows of lines with black ink. 'Each Line One Breath': Morphogenetic Freehand Drawings By John Franzen. Click through for videos.

creative portrait sketch: movement...by Danny O'Connor / Art By Doc at flickr 6253780630

creative portrait sketch: movement...by Danny O'Connor / Art By Doc at flickr 6253780630

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