Some people have no boundaries in the matter of talent . In particular, the talent to draw. These images are actually paintings, although at first glance (and yes sometimes when we look at), they seem to be photographs. Not important that before you – portrait or landscape – mastery of these masterpieces rolls, and involuntarily admire people who can animate this world with paper and pencil or pen. Paul Cuddy is one of those talents, and his drawings are simply amazing! Look like did some magic with a pencil because to draw something and then nobody can select which is original photo or drawing, is a big art. Continue reading
It all started with a simple idea to make a stuffed toy for a 4-year-old boy in his own drawings. Since then, the boy’s mother turned this idea into a thriving home business, and since then the company «Child’s Own Studio» has created hundreds of toys from the drawings of children distributed from around the world. This is the perfect embodiment of a child’s imagination, each toy is unique and made by hand. Here are a few of these toys.
Sometimes Imagination Turns Really Colorful and Unique and This is a child imagination so the result is superb…. Continue reading
Tattoo-mania has no bounds. People addicted with the ink on their body, at times, people seems to be insane sometimes. Even the most experienced tattoo artist Sometimes asked to make obscene or realistic drawing of a little eerie. Just look at these photos. Yes, some tattoos here deserve attention and respect, but the other wants to go away – they are too realistic …check out…. Continue reading
You are really not going believe after watching these amazing work, They are not original photos they are the real paintings painted by different oil colors, pencil and charcoal. There is alot of talent in the world, people play with the brushes and pencil like magic in there hands. Take a look and let me know what do you think about this awesome mindblowing work by talented artist, mention the comments below…. Continue reading
These drawings by Ramon Bruin are unbelievable, you just see it and you will feel like you are looking real images, effects by the artist hands are so natural shadows and some intriguingly placed real-life props in the photographs, the sketched images appear to be almost magically leaving the bounds of the paper… Continue reading
Don`t ignore the shadows, they say something, this i am saying because of this incredible art. New York-based artist Larry Kagan created amazing abstract wire sculptures that transform into recognizable figures when exposed to light from a precise angle. Similar to the likes of Diet Wiegman, Tim Noble and Sue Webster, Kagan’s sculptures cast figurative shadows that draw the eye in amazement. Rather than focusing on the constructed steel structure, one’s gaze is turned to the shadow drawings on the adjacent wall. Kagan explains, “We are more or less aware of the presence of shadows, since they tell us something about our environment, but we do not actually look at them – unless they call attention to themselves by some unfamiliar or unexpected behavior. My challenge was to induce viewers to actually look at the shadow rather than solely at the steel. I began shifting more of the narrative burden to shadow. The more content the eyes could detect in the shadow, the more time and attention they would expend on exploring its details…”
The artist’s fascination with his chosen medium and method stems from the fact that the shadows force viewers to rethink the way they see something. More than just a simple drawing on a surface, the light sculptures or “shadow drawings” are forms of stored information extracted and revealed through light. On the artist’s website, you can toggle the light on and off in his sculpture gallery to see the difference that shedding a little luminescence on mangled wires can make. Continue reading
Stare closely at the pictures on this page. What do you think it took to create these beautiful images of Amy Winehouse, Mother Teresa, Princess Diana and Rihanna? An expensive camera, a precision lens, hours of trial and error from a skilled photographer?
Well, the answer is none of the above.
All of these extraordinarily detailed pictures are pencil drawings, created purely by hand — with no digital trickery — by British artist Kelvin Okafor, whose only tools are a set of pencils, a piece of paper and the occasional stick of charcoal (though most of the pictures don’t even require that). Yet no matter how closely one looks, there’s not a pencil line in sight. Continue reading
Charlie Layton – a freelance designer and illustrator from Philadelphia, USA. Each week, he draws something on his refrigerator easily by a erasable marker. Charlie every week puts His creations on Facebook under the name “Frosty Friday”. On the creation of each of these “marker masterpieces” Charlie takes about 20-30 minutes, and it usually ends with a cup of coffee Friday morning. That’s right, dear, magnets on the refrigerator no longer in vogue. Marker drawings is the trend of the season! Have a look… Continue reading
Hideyuki Nagai – 21-year-old artist from Tokyo. His series of 3D images on two sheets of paper scattered on the Internet at lightning speed. And they deserve it, because his pictures are incredible. Just have a look and decide…? Continue reading
Sometimes its really hard to believe Such Mind Blowing Art Work, An Artist Fredo from Chile represents his most impressive Drawing work that are highly detailed that look real. Fredo usually takes 30 minutes in a month to finish each piece. Have a look on his 3D Pencil Drawing Talent as follows. Continue reading