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Manila-based illustrator Kerby Rosanes known as Sketchy Stories has created a new series of sketches combing animals with geometric forms.

Imagine these as tattoos -Philippines-based designer Kerby Rosanes has been doing intricate artwork with a simple collection of black pens for years now. One of his more recent projects caught our att (Mix Paint)

Katy Lipscomb is one of my favourite artists!

Week of These pictures of the different animals are all very unique and different. I love how the lines twirl and wisp on the paper. Those lines help the animal come to life on the page. Drawings by Katy Lipscomb

I love how unique this is. There is a lot of geometry and perspective work done throughout these words. I like that it is very in depth and complicated.

I love the use of depth and perspective in these pieces. // I love how unique this is. There is a lot of geometry and perspective work done throughout these words. I like that it is very in depth and complicated.

Michael Mentler. Excellent example of planes of the face and how to capture through brush marks and tone.

This is how to think about the face when you're painting it. Frederic Fiebig - Facial planes example I am interested by the geometric shapes and brushstrokes that are simple and abstract by themselves but when together create a recognizable portrait.

Lui Ferreyra

Art of Lui FerreyraLui Ferreyra is a Denver, Colorado-based artist who earned his BFA at the University of Colorado Boulder. For over a decade he has been exhibiting his work in some of Denver’s most.