Tag: detailed

  • Beautiful Moleskine doodles wows with impressive details

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2013-07-26 in #lifestyle
    Beautiful Moleskine doodles wows with impressive details

    One look at the works of a Philippines-based illustrator will tell you that there's still so much awesomeness you can do with pen and paper, and that doodling can be more than just mindless scribbling over random sheets of paper. Read on to take a look and find out more!

  • Hyper Detailed Bic Pen Portraits

    written by soundfoodaround on 2012-03-13 in #lifestyle
    Hyper Detailed Bic Pen Portraits

    I've got a Bic ballpoint pen resting in between my keyboard's keys. I'd never in a million years have thought this inexpensive tool would inspire artists, such as Juan Francisco Casas, to create amazing works of art! You'll be utterly stunned by the hyper casual, goofy, and somewhat risqué portraits of party goers shown after the jump!

  • Fuji Neopan 1600: Flexible and Not Just for Low Light

    written by brandkow93 on 2012-05-29 in #reviews
    Fuji Neopan 1600: Flexible and Not Just for Low Light

    Fuji Neopan 1600 is a fast black and white film, great for low light use, although fantastic when there is light around. It provides great contrast, detail and sharpness, and is definitely a film to look out for.

  • The Most Amazing Maze

    written by soundfoodaround on 2013-01-22 in #news
    The Most Amazing Maze

    Do you remember those thick, pulpy, activity books you used to be shoved when you were a child? I loved trying to solve the mazes mainly because I could be as messy and draw as many dark lines as I wanted... I never dwelt on who created all these entertaining mazes for me however nor did I realize the enjoyment that could be found on the flip side...

  • Imaginary Beings Drawn Into Society

    written by soundfoodaround on 2012-02-01 in #lifestyle
    Imaginary Beings Drawn Into Society

    Belgian, Jérôme Meynen is part of the 'Hell’O Monsters' collective. His drawings, that are either Indian Ink, or acrylic on paper, show hybrid characters including multiple-eyed monsters and mutated animals. Though seemingly grotesque, they play on our affections owing to the dream like setting they are cast in.