Henriett Pejkóné Pénzes

Henriett Pejkóné Pénzes

Henriett Pejkóné Pénzes
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Melted crayon art. Not for young kids to do- your fingers get pretty hot, and you also get the occasional wax splash. Interestingly, the cheapo crayons (the ones that don't draw well) melted the easiest and were most vivid.

DIY: Crayon Art Tutorial - using a blow dryer, melt crayons onto a canvas. Great way to use brokn crayons! This would be a fun addition to the kiddo's room! This would be a fun addition to the kiddo's room!

I really love the way this drawing is very vaguely drawn and at the same time precise enough to have us recognize the place.

"Sherlock fan art, but I would frame it for the space above my mantle."--not sure it's Sherlock fan art. Looks like regular London to me, but it is lovely and I would love it for my place too.

Inspired by her new home in Canada, Netherlands-born artist Christa Rijneveld creates pointillist line drawings of mountains.

Badass Creativity // Inspired by her new home in Canada, Netherlands-born artist Christa Rijneveld creates pointillist line drawings of mountains.

Colombia-based fine artist Hernan Marin created this simple yet incredibly haunting image using just graphite on paper. It almost feels as though someone is trapped inside the paper

Graphite/charcoal used. Artist Hernan Marin(collection men and nature) Week 1 illustration. The use of shading without uses a outline creates a ghost like feels. Creating illusion and mystery.

#YearOfDrawing by JessiArts

I decided I wanted to create my own drawing challenge, and I invite you all to do it with me. I present to you the ‪ Challenge. Yep, starting on Ja.