Incredible illustrations by Takashi Okada.
it’s da motha flippin’..it’s da motha flippin…. it’s the motha flippin ish right there…(excuse the stuttering)official mind bottling…
Anyone know what the medium is? if they’re using charcoal [assuming only based on how dark it appears] i swear to god it’s not possible someone can be that steady. that’s like god-hand style impressive.
it could be graphite leveled on photoshop? i’m just guessing though.
yea its pencil and photoshop (says on the site)
i thought it was all graphite.
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Wow, this looks fantastic!
all traditional mediums this guy uses….completely amazing work! I’m researching on this artist for my summer hol project
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