05.10.11 by Jeff

Annita Maslov

Beautifully detailed drawings (in progress) by Annita Maslov.

Artist illustrator Annita Maslov illustration

Artist illustrator Annita Maslov illustration

Artist illustrator Annita Maslov illustration

Artist illustrator Annita Maslov illustration

Artist illustrator Annita Maslov illustration

Artist illustrator Annita Maslov illustration













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Vegetarian

    Too amazing!
    brilliant talent

  • WOW what great inspiration!

  • Hev

    Absolutely stunning work!..and they’re not even finished yet, amazing!

  • KOREAN

    Omg this is EXTREMELY inspirational and shows real talent I love it!!! :D Thank you for sharing >___<

  • Wouldlove to see them finished, please post them when the time comes :D

  • cool! i wish i could draw like that, detailization is incredible !

  • detail is just whoa

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  • J9

    LOVELY. DONT LET YOUR TALENT GO TO WASTE. THANKS FOR SHARING:)

  • Emily_Freeman

    Your work is is just stunning! The detail is so precised, love it <3





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