Drawings by William Edmonds. Leeds.
i like the page from the sketchbook that says “this page sucked” haha sometimes i feel like doing that to my sketches
reminds me of shigley’s stuff. Except with fine attention to little details that matter. simplicity at its best.
i am truly tired of crystals, i draw them all the time!!!!… please let’s just make a anti-crystals parade so we can move on to the next level. i vote for pork, as a replacement to crystals…
I love crystals but it seems everybody’s doing them today.
it’s like this invisible alien force took over the mind of every artist on the planet (including mine).
well, i guess that’s zeitgeist for ya.
I offer wool and ropes as an alternative.
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I Support Drawing WHAT EVER YOU WANT. Crystals or Not.
I think this particular crystal design has been in some way associated with Nous Vous (Will’s collective) for quite a while now. It’s almost like their TAG. He aint no flash in the pan!
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