ONE LOVELY DRAWING, PART 58
8 monthes ago - By Illustration Art
Tom Fluharty named his new kickstarter project after a pencil.
Fluharty discovered the Prismacolor 901 indigo bleu pencil, and was so inspired by its qualities that he used it to draw a rich symphony of drawings.
There's plenty to love in this collection:
Note how the hands are fully as expressive as the face
Fluharty found that with the indigo bleu, he could create highlights by scratching his drawing with an Xacto blade. There is no Photoshop or white paint touches in these drawings.
Detail But today's "one lovely drawing" is not one of Fluhartys "finished" drawings, instead it's a quick...
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