Drawings by Martine Johanna.
the secong images is amazing..a like this.
I love your illustration…
These are awesome. So much talent. I love how the twigs, birds, and various other creatures give more definition to the portraits in 1,4,5,6,7. They’re all great though. I love them!
Reminds me of the talent here at the artcrawl we have two times a month where various studios are open to the public and art goes on sale. Masses come down to check what there is and to have a good time. It’s great way to meet people, and to see how much talent there is out here in Hamilton, Ontario.
The extra details in these drawings give them so much life. -tys
the color details on the guy with the headphone are a bit the same i mean de brown from the beard en the black you almost don’t see the difference
The hair is very attractive, among other things…
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i love the 3rd image.
i. love. this.
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love your artwork:)
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