Girls, Girls, Journal, Girls

Erotica // Wednesday, February 22, 2012
To encourage the art of figure drawing, character sketching and erotic illustration, AC Design has posted a hand full of moleskin journal drawings depicting the moment in time where everything seemed just right. Practice makes perfect.

How to Draw: The saddest thing I've ever seen, ever.

Illustration // Wednesday, February 22, 2012
Do you want to learn how to draw an sad, depressed, crying Spongebob Squarepants character? We have put a step by step drawing tutorial for you to learn how to draw a depressed Spongebob Squarepants. Kids, teens, and adults should all be able to to complete this instructional lesson, drawing the saddest thing in the universe.

Pat Perry's Meticulous Nature

Illustration // Wednesday, February 22, 2012
Pat Perry is an artist and illustrator who calls Grand Rapids, Michigan home. The lands of the north, colorful people, music, and the ordinary streets of the Midwest have always moved him. In between showing his art from coast to coast or working with an assortment of clients, Pat travels as much as possible. Although he is happy to be able to speak and have an audience through his artwork, he does his best everyday to listen and learn from the world he lives in.

Ken Taylor

Illustration // Wednesday, February 22, 2012
Melbourne based Illustrator & Designer Ken Taylor works primarily within the music industry and is predominantly well known for his striking rock posters. Ken started in Perth Western Australia doing posters and album artwork for local bands. In 2001 He moved to Melbourne and slowly started to create a name for himself within Melbourne’s music scene. In 2006 he went out on his own and started to work full time on music based artwork. Gremlins!!!!

Malo Galindo's Erotic Touch

Erotica // Wednesday, February 22, 2012
Working out of Mexico City, Malo Galindo digitally renders some of the hottest inked and illustrated vixen's we've seen in quite a while. Malo often shows his process of creating on the computer, taking us through the steps of digitally drawing the perfect pout, which is always an insightful look at the artist's craft...

The Work of Andrew Millist

Illustration // Wednesday, February 22, 2012
Andrew Millist is a freelance illustrator based in Brisbane, Australia, and is represented by Drawing Book Studios. He has a lifetime of experience creating art in various forms and his recent move to commercial illustration has seen him work on campaigns for DDB, M&C Saatchi and BMS. With a keen eye for detail, an openness to try new techniques, and a constant hunger for new creative projects, Andrew is continually evolving a highly adaptive artistic edge.

Lucy MacLeod

Illustration // Tuesday, February 21, 2012
Lucy MacLeod is a Scottish illustrator based in Edinburgh with a penchant for "Diehard" films, the yellows of eggs, as well as dark chocolate and inappropriate cartwheeling. Her super sexy and gorgeously rendered illustrations have been featured in publications such as "The Big Book of Fashion Illustration," and have appeared in editorials and campaigns for The Times, British Airways, and Nylon Magazine.

Chris Silas Neal

Illustration // Tuesday, February 21, 2012
Chris Silas Neal is an illustrator and designer, born in Texas and raised in Florida and Colorado. His work has been published by a variety of magazines and book publishers and, has been recognized by Communication Arts, American Illustration, AIGA, Society of Illustrators, Print Magazine and Society of News Designers. He currently works and lives in Brooklyn and teaches Illustration at Pratt Institute.

Tom Greatorex

Illustration // Tuesday, February 21, 2012
We can't find much information about illustrator Tom Greatorex, but we do know that we like what we see. Silly, peculiar, and even kind of raunchy, Greatorex's admirably low-brow illustrations fly in the face of good taste, and we wouldn't have it any other way.

Nolan Lee

Illustration // Tuesday, February 21, 2012
Based in Woodside, CA, artist Nolan Lee is passionate about creating art with a purpose, emphasizing ideals of justice and redemption to raise awareness of his subjects' personal histories. In this series of powerful images, each painting reflects the human faces of unsolved civil rights murder cases by representing the pain and suffering of the victims, haunting the viewer with the burden of their injustice.  

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