bright red
In human psyche, red is associated with anger, hapiness, passion and blood. In astronomy, stars with the coolest temperature are called "red stars".
bright red
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Inspired by these two pictures: X and X
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Inspired from this picture and this picture.
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A second attempt at sketching Captain Hastings played by Hugh Frazer from the Hercule Poirot series, this time with my regular hand again. The original screenshot was posted in tumblr’s Hugh Fraser tag.
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A sketch of Captain Hastings from the series Hercule Poirot, the original screenshot must be somewhere here on tumblr… it’s better not to compare them! The lines are quite shaky because I had to draw with my left hand again.
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Sorry for the stains, some soda fell on the drawings. The character’s poses come from pictures of Isabelle Adjani.
Sorry for the stains, some soda fell on the drawings. The character’s poses come from pictures of Isabelle Adjani.
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This is an OuBaPo excercice I made some years ago for school. The exercive called S+7: you have to redraw a page from an existing comic-strip and replace the elements and dialogues of the original comic by 7 nouns/verbs further in the dictionnary. I chose an old Donald duck comic strip, the result is quite surreal.

Translation:
Fr. 1: ”Where does he show off like that? Mineralogy! For a madness that I contain a gourmet in cola!”
Fr. 2: ”Help me! A foremast! Quick!”
Fr. 3: ”A pencil-case! I am twisted in a pencil-case!”
Fr. 4: ”But this gourmet doesn’t have any holster… HPL! Yes it has one!”
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Last year I hurt my dominant hand, so for a sketching class I had to draw those portraits with my left one. I couldn’t finish them in time, but with a little bit of imagination you can pretend everybody’s in the mist!
I never draw with it so the lines are quite trembling, but because I tried to keep the right proportions, I was glad to see that it didn’t completly ruin the drawing. When our drawings improve over time, we believe it’s because our hands have learned to drawn the lines better, but maybe it’s our eyes that have learned to see!
Last year I hurt my dominant hand, so for a sketching class I had to draw those portraits with my left one. I couldn’t finish them in time, but with a little bit of imagination you can pretend everybody’s in the mist!
I never draw with it so the lines are quite trembling, but because I tried to keep the right proportions, I was glad to see that it didn’t completly ruin the drawing. When our drawings improve over time, we believe it’s because our hands have learned to drawn the lines better, but maybe it’s our eyes that have learned to see!
Last year I hurt my dominant hand, so for a sketching class I had to draw those portraits with my left one. I couldn’t finish them in time, but with a little bit of imagination you can pretend everybody’s in the mist!
I never draw with it so the lines are quite trembling, but because I tried to keep the right proportions, I was glad to see that it didn’t completly ruin the drawing. When our drawings improve over time, we believe it’s because our hands have learned to drawn the lines better, but maybe it’s our eyes that have learned to see!
Last year I hurt my dominant hand, so for a sketching class I had to draw those portraits with my left one. I couldn’t finish them in time, but with a little bit of imagination you can pretend everybody’s in the mist!
I never draw with it so the lines are quite trembling, but because I tried to keep the right proportions, I was glad to see that it didn’t completly ruin the drawing. When our drawings improve over time, we believe it’s because our hands have learned to drawn the lines better, but maybe it’s our eyes that have learned to see!
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A cover project I had to draw for a Belgian litterature magazine, the theme was Morrocan litterature.
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