Sincerity and Talent Expressed in Drawings

Graphite pencils, ink, crayons, or chalk are commonly used instruments for the artists, sometimes referred to as draftsmen. Drawing (do not mix it with painting) is a particular type of visual art, stemming back to prehistoric times with their rock and cave drawings. Today, drawing as well as other traditional forms of visual arts is greatly influenced by rapidly developing digital arts with their immense tools, enabling an artist to realize literally any of his creative ideas or concepts. However, the popularity and esthetic value of drawings still remain high, especially among the fans of traditional art.

Actually, hand-drawn pictures, made with the help of a pencil or crayon, possess something you’ll never find in digital art works. Maybe it is the energy, which is transferred from an artist to his work directly without being blocked by soulless computer. Looking at the drawings, such as those, presented in the showcase below, you may feel some specific atmosphere of each work, filled with distinct emotions, sincerity, honesty, and, of course, talent of a creator. Genuineness and uniqueness of drawings really attract and fascinate. Even if you notice some slightly imperfect strokes or shades on the picture – you’ll never treat those as flaws of the work. Instead, those are nothing but the true evidences of work, created by a human in a human way.

Sketchbook by Irina Vinnik

Sketchbook 2010 (vol. 2) by Irina Vinnik

Drawings… by Andreas Preis

Signs of the Zodiac by Andreas Preis

Portrait drawing part 2 by Iain Macarthur

Bubbles and stripes by Irina Vinnik

Bizzare by Iain Macarthur

My letters by cisco ksl

Transcend by Teagan White

SCRATCHBOARD ART by Kent Barton

Drawing by JONNY SHAW

Pencil drawings by Daan Noppen

Hip Hop Portrait Sketches by Mark 563

HUMAN BEHAVIOUR by Jenny Mörtsell

New stuff 2 by Iain Macarthur

Drawing on the wal-in the [8# store ] by Herry Ye

Encharnting series by Iain Macarthur

SKETCHBOOK by Leonardo Rodriguez

SKETCHBOOK II by Leonardo Rodriguez

Pencil Drawing 2006 – 2007 by Haydex Li

Scketchbook 01 by Maroto bambinomonkey

Tearing Out by Tarin Yuangtrakul

Runaway Baby Run away by Hector Enrique Sevilla Lujan

Nathaniel Ombre d’argent by VyrL

_ Head Like A Hole _ by SeraphOfAnarchy

Art is a Creation… by Joon Kim

ITH-03 by loveariddle

Headhunter Jolene by Hector Enrique Sevilla Lujan

Commission – Jacqueline by Michelle Hoefener

Team A by yooani

Day 269: perfect distance by Melanie Loren

Just a sketch by Hector Enrique Sevilla Lujan

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