12 Mar 2020

Intricately Detailed Architecture

Ink architectural drawings, with plenty of details and beautiful structures to apply them on.
American artist MISTER VI has been featured on our site before; the reason I am hopeful would not have escaped you, is the quality of the drawings. Like in many other forms of art; it's important for the artist not only to strive for excellence in the execution, but also develop an eye for the best muse. Just like on a portrait when captured by an artist, you have more impact with a face that expresses feelings, rather that an emotionless one.  In my opinion, the same can be applied to a building and it's features; where a bland facade can be equated to a blank look. Find something interesting to draw, paint, write music or a book about and that gets you 50% of the way.  The skill, will then bring you closer to 100& and to making art, that people will gravitate towards.

For more of MISTER VI's work here on DesignStack, press this LINK.

The Reading room at the New York Public Library.
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The Hoxton Hotel in Paris.
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The Musée d'Orsay in Paris.
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Castle on a Sea Turtle.
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Duomo of Milan Italy.
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The stones of Matera.
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The Morgan Library.
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Murray Hill, Manhattan Penthouse.
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A corner bodega.
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Brooklyn brick building.
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Brooklyn Bridge  - The Great Bridge.
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  1. I am amazed at his work. I went to his Instagram and OMGoodness! From cathedrals in Milan, Italy, to greek statutes, the corner bodega, a sweet pufferfish, and a couple of 1/4 inch doodles of the Tower of Pisa and a beautiful lettuce leaf. Oh, and you have to see the steampunk sea horse!

    1. A building is a building, but choosing a different angles to draw them at, really adds to the finish piece. It also makes it more individual, than the front on view, that most seem to illustrate.
      We will have to wait to see, how the WIP seahorse turns out.
      I hope you have a fantastic Thursday.🌿️🌺️🌿️


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