12.08.08 by Jeff

Rene Almanza

Fantastic drawings by Rene Almanza. I really like the cross-hatching style he introduces and the looseness of his line work is masterful. There is such a fluidity and energy to it all – I would love to see him draw live.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1YKcK-R7_aU[/youtube]

http://www.renealmanza.net/

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Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



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  • so beautiful

  • jake

    VERY Egon Schiele influenced, but looks more complex.

  • Alan

    I love these sketches, i would love to have a few of them in large scale in my apt, i didnt see any purchasing info for prints on the website, i hope some of these are made available.

  • Rach

    these are gorgeous, i thought of Schiele as soon as i saw them(: coloured lines could work well.





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