Drawings by Ted Vasin.
OH.MY.FUKING.GOD :o!!!!!……these are jst beyond spectacular, the attention to detail is ‘>_<' some amazing amazing artwork write here….o yh the first drawing was in a movie bt can't rmbr d name ?_?
o yh btw these are paintings not drawings but still very spectacular none the less…..
well they are mostly graphite so they are drawings with some acrylic too
I’m in love. these are so incredible!
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I LOVE THE FIRST ONE! I have a super soft spot for good old pencil on paper, its my favorite!!!
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oh man, some great perspectives here, not to mention technique.
wow, trippy °y°
these are so badass!
Great technique and very well done. But original ????
With all due respect, the first image in BOOOOOOOM of Ted Vasin, immediately reminded me of the art of Fred van der Wal.
which is made in 2005.
can someone not be influenced by another artist?
And Fred Van Der Wal seems to be reminiscent of Chuck Close’s famous self portrait.
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What’s the story on the first piece? It’s very reminiscent of the nurse from the Battleship Potemkin. Intentional?
I appreciate your works very much!
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