Came across some very interesting images online recently.  Very fluid. Very loose.  They are celebrity faces captured in the free-flowing lines of illustrator Vince Low, an artist based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

 

What I find so intriguing about this illustrations is the approach by Mr. Low.  What seems almost random in drawing style – as if he just put the pencil tip on the page and let his hand run wild – was a very purposeful and well-planned out illustration… masked to look spontaneous and impromptu as to what celebrity face might develop as the graphite fills up the page.

 

 

 

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But on further digging, I find a sample (below) that shows that so much of his initial sketching is just that…. scribbles.  Brilliant!!!

 

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