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Paper cut stencil and spray paint portraits by Belgium based artist Kris Trappeniers (gorgeous!!!)

Kris Trappeniers

Paper cut stencil and spray paint portraits by Belgium based artist Kris Trappeniers (gorgeous!!!)

Kris Trappeniers, Rough continuous line. studied art history and advertising at the Academy of Leuven. works in many different medias. such as spray paint, ballpoint, printmaking, ect

Kris Trappeniers, Rough continuous line. studied art history and advertising at the Academy of Leuven. works in many different medias. such as spray paint, ballpoint, printmaking, ect

Kris Trappeniers - ballpoint on paper - continuous line drawing This is one of the coolest continuous line drawings I have ever seen. Instead of looking completely askew it is pretty proportional and has the appropriate shading.

Kris Trappeniers - ballpoint on paper - continuous line drawing This is one of the coolest continuous line drawings I have ever seen. Instead of looking completely askew it is pretty proportional and has the appropriate shading.

I like the way this drawing looks like a continuous line, whilst remaining realistic. I like the way the artist has used bold expressive lines to show the tone on the face, rather than blending the ink.

Kris Trappeniers, portraits découpés

I like the way this drawing looks like a continuous line, whilst remaining realistic. I like the way the artist has used bold expressive lines to show the tone on the face, rather than blending the ink.

Stina Persson - Fashion Illustrator Research I like this image because it has a really cool way of adding colour into an image by just simply scribbling onto the paper and I'd actually like to recreate this because I think it's a good idea and unique and I like the way the main focus is the face.

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Stina Persson - Fashion Illustrator Research I like this image because it has a really cool way of adding colour into an image by just simply scribbling onto the paper and I'd actually like to recreate this because I think it's a good idea and unique and I like the way the main focus is the face.