29 Apr 2023

Tiny Ink Drawing Study

Tiny ink drawings. The scale revealed by the fineliner/s included in each photo.

Bryan Schiavone specialises in small drawings. A part of them are straightforward one item or animal. Then there are the progression images. Examples are: the roses. A transformation which shifts from bud to full bloom. There are other mutations which include: A bird from egg to fully grown animal.

This post is also a demonstration of what can be achieved with fineliners of different thickness.

The size of the illustrations although impressive, is not the only aspect which stands out about them. The detailing, and the quality of the finish, help wrap up the pieces in an elegant fashion.

Now that I have laid out what to expect, I hope you agree with my assessment and spend a wonderful Saturday doing all that you most enjoy...

Ps. I gave the images some titles.

For more of Schiavone's work here on DesignStack, press this LINK.
Rosebud to rose in bloom.
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Species of bats.
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Coffee bean to drink.
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Caterpillar chrysalis to butterfly.
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Egg to bird.
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Elephant seal, turtle and penguin.
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Lighting the match.
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Wobbly pencil.
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Butterfly and net.
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Chicks and the worm.
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Jumping rabbit.
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