Parallel lines in different shades are used to create a repetitive pattern, blended to create cut structures (City buildings). Rather than colouring the buildings, they are outlined, some stippled and cross hatched; creating a monotonous effect

Storytelling with Forms and Patterns: Prints and Textiles by...

Parallel lines in different shades are used to create a repetitive pattern, blended to create cut structures (City buildings). Rather than colouring the buildings, they are outlined, some stippled and cross hatched; creating a monotonous effect

waiwaipang

waiwaipang

Sadbøi in Tokyo? This lame piece of crap is my first attempt ever at making a 100% digital illustration. the background was of course made using the Inio Asano method.

Sadbøi in Tokyo? This lame piece of crap is my first attempt ever at making a 100% digital illustration. the background was of course made using the Inio Asano method.

Isn't it real? | by 김덕훈

Isn't it real? | by 김덕훈

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