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ALFRED BASHA mainly draws with black-inked pen and at night; lover of bright contrasts where no-one stoke is similar to the previous nor to the next. - created via https://pinthemall.net

ALFRED BASHA mainly draws with black-inked pen and at night; lover of bright contrasts where no-one stoke is similar to the previous nor to the next. - a grouped images picture - Pin Them All

Beautiful drawings by Alfred Basha.  They look a little similar to my illustrations actually - very similar concept too (mixing the two forms of nature - flora and fauna).

Beautiful drawings by Alfred Basha. They look a little similar to my illustrations actually - very similar concept too (mixing the two forms of nature - flora and fauna).

Ley de ambigüedad: puesto que dependiendo en dónde nos fijemos podemos ver o un pájaro o un árbol

With tiny, precise pen strokes and careful cross-hatching, Italian artist Alfred Basha captures the complexity of natural life. His drawings interweave animal figures with flora and fauna. Deer antlers are transformed into trees and craggy mountain ranges

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"Wild Animals" metal posters collection by Rafapasta CG #animal

Wolf and bear designs for possible shoulder pieces "Wild Animals" metal posters collection by Rafapasta CG

155 best »Kerby Rosanes« images on Pinterest | Draw, Geometric ...

155 best »Kerby Rosanes« images on Pinterest | Draw, Geometric ...

Geometric Beasts | Sea Turtle - Kerby Rosanes

WHO: Kerby Rosanes WHAT: "Geometric Beasts-Sea Turtle". Fine liner pen WHY: Geometric shapes and an artist that I am familiar with.

Art with Ms. Gram: One-Point Perspective City Streets (5th)

I created this handout to help students remember the steps I taught them to draw a city street in one-point perspective. An 'Art with Ms Gram' pr.

Drawing with Pen & Ink by Arthur L. Guptill

Pen & Ink

What magic there is in simple black and white. Three sketches from Drawing with Pen & Ink by Arthur L. Guptill, the first by the author, on trees, the second by Schell Lewis, and the third by Joseph Clement Coll:

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