“Sugar Skull”, drawing by Paul Alexander Thornton.
Watch a stop-motion video of Paul drawing, below!
words cannot describe my envy of this talent right now. dang.
Seriously Awesome, a ball point pen!
He’s like a printer the way he shades a draws WOW
That’s some great talent. It makes me wonder how much study has gone into anatomy to draw with that type of skill especially with such a strict medium. I suppose the fluidity and viscosity of the ink in the ballpoint pens also does help. The talent is pure skill though.
You rock! Words are not enough. Now I need to Google and see what other artwork the artist has done.
Oh my GOD!!!! That’s brilliant! Ballpoint pen! I’ve already tried drawing shades like that with ballpoint pen but it’s almost impossible to reach such level of perfectionism.
I wish I could have this talent. Very well done, congratulations Paul Alexander Thornton!!! Thumbs up!
this is awesome. what’s the music?
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