Look at the drawings from Younsik Woo over on Tumblr and Instagram.
Check out these drawings by Anaïs Marmonier over on Tumblr, portfolio Tumblr and Artstation.
Look at these solid drawings and many more by JaeHoon Choi on Tumblr, Instagram and Twitter.
Look at these precise drawings from Steeven Salvat, and some collaborations with Théo Jan, on his website, Behance, and Instagram.
Check out these drawings from Delfina Perez Adan over on her website and Behance.
Look at these inky washy drawings, paintings and sketchbooks by Gracey Zhang over on her website, Tumblr and Behance.
Joost Stokhof wrote Meathaus to share a new project called Accidental Storylines. Here is Joost’s description of these curious drawings:
I wanted to take a moment to share my project ‘Accidental Storylines’ with you. The project consists of more than 130 A4-sized drawings and is still growing (and will be for some time). Each drawing is based on memories, thoughts, views, photographs, dreams and everything in between. All these elements come together on one single piece of paper for which I apply one simple rule; I have to finish a single piece in one session. All the rest happens while drawing. Individual parts of every piece tend to tell a new story when coming together on the paper, hence the name Accidental Storylines. There is no plans upfront, and no touch ups afterwards. So to me they feel like very intuitive comics in a way.
See the project at Accidental Storylines and more from Joost here.
Ralph sent over some new super pencil and brush pen drawings to share, check out this latest stash of textured clusters of characters cranked out in the dark dawn of 2017. See more of what Ralph is up to on Ralph Bakshi Productions website and Facebook page.
Look at these drawings and more by James Chia Han Lee on Tumblr, Behance and his website.
Look at these fantastic drawings from Frank Hoppmann over on Behance.