Portraits
Illustrations by Paul Lovering

Illustrations by Paul Lovering

Portrait Illustrations by Edinburgh, Lothian, UK based artist Paul Lovering. Paul Lovering: gallery Via: cuded.com
Vo Dang, illustration

Vo Dang, illustration

Vo Dang: behance / deviantArt
Drawings by Brian Scott

Drawings by Brian Scott

Self taught, drawing with coloured pencils mostly from reference. Brian Scott: deviantArt
Anna Ewa Miarczyska, illustrations

Anna Ewa Miarczyska, illustrations

“Today I have little to say about my life… and maybe a lot of pictures to paint. Pictures that come to my head, to my mind and wait for me to choose, to decide… they await their time. Some of them will never be chosen. And… maybe their time will come. I often ask myself...
Photography by Anastasia Volkova

Photography by Anastasia Volkova

Anastasia is a portrait photographer based in Moscow, Russia. Anastasia Volkova: website Via: cuded.com
Drawings by Otilia Elena Grumazescu

Drawings by Otilia Elena Grumazescu

Otilia Elena Grumazescu: behance
Beauty in bloom by Olenka Moravska

Beauty in bloom by Olenka Moravska

photographer – OLENA MORAVSKA model – OLENA NETREBYUK makeup – TANYA RUDA hair – OLGA KHOMENKO Olenka Moravska: behance
The Homeless of L.A., digital photography by Michael Pharaoh

The Homeless of L.A., digital photography by Michael Pharaoh

“I was recently on holiday in America and visited Hollywood, I thought this would be a good opportunity to exercise my photography skills. I decided to walk around for a couple of days to how many photos I could take of all of the homeless people. It was fascinating to me because we don’t have...
Realistic pencil portraits by Adi Nugroho

Realistic pencil portraits by Adi Nugroho

Adi Nugroho: deviantart via: cruzine.com
Golden series of women’s portraits by Andrei Markin

Golden series of women’s portraits by Andrei Markin

“My “golden” series of women’s portraits is a result of natural professional growth. Once I remembered Valentin Serov’s portrait of the Russian singer Fedor Shalyapin, painted with charcoal. The image was depicted so well black and white that when Shalyapin asked Serov when he would paint it in colours, Serov answered: “Do you want me...
Digital art by Beatrice Stamm

Digital art by Beatrice Stamm

Beatrice Stamm: facebook
Digital portraits by Kyrie

Digital portraits by Kyrie

“In my opinion, Characters should reflect people with their personalities. It is not something that you can make with technical skills only. You don’t need too much detail such as props and accessories for character. Just try to have adequate number of accessories that help showing the character’s personality enough. No more no less. When...

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