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Drawing Vlahos

Oh, My, Gosh! Is it November already? Last couple of months were hectic, in a not-so-good way. But things are beginning to settle and here I am again, doing what I love the most. Vlahos is a friend whom I know since College, and Matina asked me to draw him.

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Vacation Drawing and crazy tools

Vacation to the grandparents means playing/taking care of/chasing my kids ALL DAY. Luckily there are nights as well! So I managed to cram a bit of drawing in my supposedly sleeping hours (which are precious and much needed but that’s another story). Matt Damon is one of my favorite actors

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Drawing the Flash with straight lines (motion blur effect)
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Drawing the Flash (motion blur effect)

Drawing with straight lines is not a new technique. On the contrary, the old masters (Leonardo da Vinci among them) used to sketch all the time with diagonal straight lines, as you can see here. I found the technique ideal for the Flash, so that it would create a motion

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Mixed media drawing of Spider-Man
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Drawing Spider-Man (and promarkers mini review!)

Six months ago I started this Spider-Man crazy drawing, which challenged me as hell for many reasons. Canvas was only A4 size, I had to cram two half body figures (one of which was Spider-Man!), faces were actually miniatures (so 1mm off center is a disaster) and colors were tricky.

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Henry Cavill Drawing (with budget pencils)

Last Easter when we visited the grandparents, I promised myself that I would take a break from work and all my pencils, sketchbooks, supplies were left behind. Day 1: all is good. Day 2: I miss drawing. And we come to Day 3: First symptoms of withdrawal. By the end

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Lucifer Drawing (and Lyra Rembrandt Polycolor)

As a series, Lucifer became something special for me. When I was younger I was the biggest cinema nerd out there. I would go to the cinema so often that there was no movie to watch by the end of the week. And when there was no movie left, I

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Captain America drawing

Started this Captain America drawing the other day. I wanted so much for this to be my best work (or one my best works) but sometimes things don’t go as planned. I had mixed thoughts about posting this piece on the internet, but in the end I decided to share

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WonderWoman drawing
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WonderWoman Drawing

Back to my roots with graphite and a WonderWoman Drawing! I love colors but nothing compares to evoking emotions only with shades of black and white. Tools As mentioned before, I am quite a minimalist when it comes to art supplies. Partly because I am the most disorganized person out

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Double Exposure Drawing (Albert Einstein) + finding my style (?)

Double Exposure Drawing (Albert Einstein) + finding my style (?) When I was little I was dreaming of becoming a mathematician and a theoretical physicist. I ended up studying electrical engineering and computer science. And now I work primarily as … an artist! But let me tell you what, a

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The problem with artificial lighting and colored pencils

Story of my life: I start working on a new drawing at night, only to find out that next morning everything looks different! Have you ever experienced something similar? Welcome to the club! The problem is that artificial lighting can never be equal to natural lighting. Since colors are actually

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