Tagged: watercolours
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    Jul 2013

    Thai My Phuong aka Tamypu

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    Today on the Lounge we have the incredible talents of Thai My Phuong. She uses all kinds of techniques including cut-outs, watercolours and inks. What holds her style together is her ability to give everything she does a soft and warm feeling, perfectly suited to children (and adults such as myself)! Do visit her Behance page for a browse.

  2. 19

    Jul 2013

    Fashion Fridays ~ Lena Ker

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    Russian fashion illustrator Lena Ker uses watercolour paint so delicately, yet still manages to bring attention to the finest details in a garment whilst creating eye-catching pieces. Her accessory illustrations are just as inviting as those with people pictured. I also particularly like the way her work looks in print, as editorials; it sits so beautifully next to the text.

  3. 4

    Jul 2013

    Zhang Webber

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    Zhang Webber is from Shanghai, China. He uses all kinds of techniques including pencil, watercolours, digital and traditional painting. He more often than not leaves behind intentionally sketchy marks, and his colours are made up of separate blocks rather than being smooth and nicely blended. This all fits together to create an imperfection that works so well, probably because he gets the basics right in the first place. His anatomy, composition and general observational skills are obviously excellent.

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