27 Jun 2021

Progression of Pencil Drawings Studies

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A great way of showing a drawing progression form concept to realistic.

Korean Artist anjjaemi aka Design Gogh uses a pencil to produce multiple iterations on one specific subject.

These drawing studies explore different stages of the reference but also various techniques and approaches.

From a rough sketch, to a finished piece steeped in realism.

I hope that the progression of you coming week gets better and better like these drawings to culminate in a realistically amazing finale.

Ps. I gave the images some titles.
01-Large-and-small-teddy-bear-anjjaemi-www-designstack-co
Large and small teddy bear.
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02-Flying-butterfly-anjjaemi-www-designstack-co
Flying butterfly.
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03-Rose-bud-anjjaemi-www-designstack-co
Rose bud.
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04-Cat-resting-anjjaemi-www-designstack-co
Cat resting.
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05-Flying-Parrot-anjjaemi-www-designstack-co
Flying Parrot.
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06-Gas-lamp-anjjaemi-www-designstack-co
Gas lamp.
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07-Alarm-clock-anjjaemi-www-designstack-co
Alarm clock.
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08-Wrist-watch-anjjaemi-www-designstack-co
Wrist watch.
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09-Violin-and-bow-anjjaemi-www-designstack-co
Violin and bow.
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10-Salt-and-pepper-spice-mill-anjjaemi-www-designstack-co
Salt and pepper spice mill.
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11-Light-bulb-anjjaemi-www-designstack-co
Light bulb.
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12-Singer-sewing-machine-anjjaemi-www-designstack-co
Vintage Singer sewing machine.
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6 comments:

  1. i am a pencil (mainly) artist myself, and i always enjoy looking at other pencil artist work. inspiring.

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    1. In this is a way of presenting art and attributing value to each step that takes you from a rough sketches to a realistic drawing.
      I love to see the process as much as the finished piece.
      From questions and comments on our social media pages, it seems that budding artists appreciate it as well. It helps them learn to replicate before they start creating their own.

      Enjoy your Sunday.🌿️🌺️🌿️
      DS

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  2. Genial, los sketchs tan valiosos como la obra final, bravo!

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    1. Estoy de acuerdo contigo 100%. anjjaemi es una gran artista. Muchas gracias por tu comentario. No olvides seguirnos en www.designstack.co ya que publicamos arte nuevo todos los días del año. Espero que tengas un maravilloso fin de semana. 🍃️🌺️🍃️DS


      I agree with you 100%. anjjaemi is a great artist. Thank you very much for your comment. Don't forget to follow us on www.designstack.co as we publish new art every day of the year. I hope you have a wonderful Weekend. 🍃️🌺️🍃️ DS

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  3. It's a great opportunity to appreciate what dedication and practice can make.

    I'm curious, what's the name of the technique he uses? He start by creating the perspective lines?

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    1. The artist is making a block to enclose the object to be drawn. Then the lines serve to break up the image to get the proportions of each section correct.

      Thank you very much for your comment and question. Don't forget to keep following us on:

      www.designstack.co

      I hope you have a wonderful Sunday. 🍃️🌺️🍃️ DS

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