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What I didn´t learn in school


Jesper Ejsing

[caption id="attachment_48487" align="aligncenter" width="873"] Tooth and Nails[/caption] Dynamic drawings has always been a thing for me. I have been trying to push it as much as I could. When i started at the studio I am at; Pinligt Selskab, there was a lot of freelance illustrators that came from animation: I started my professional career as an illustrator doing colors for one of the: Kim Hagen. He was a really cool animator and he had…

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It’s a Wash


Allen Williams

November 15, 2019 - I thought I might share with you my process for the graphite wash technique that I get asked about quite often. All these pieces are done with powdered graphite and pencil, some have very thin oil washes on their surface. Imperfection 7, 8 x 10" I've been pushing this technique for about 2 years now and I can say with conviction that its not the easiest process to work with, or the fastest by far. It will fight you through almost every step until you get used to it, and then it gets a bit harder, hah. Magus, 8 x 10" It all starts with the preliminary process that I use to generate the backgrounds. I begin on the Ampersand Claybord and use a mixture of Cretacolor and General's Powdered Graphite applying it with water…

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