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Sunday, 11 November 2012

Sketchbook: Chemicals & colors by Litbhalavi

This sketchbook handles coulours in a way that I rarely seen. Using right and vivid colours to grab the viewer and hold them in place.

Mention should be given to his ink work, which is very striking in its contrast and clarity.

There is a lot of fan art in his sketchbook but it has a very unique style to it.

The sketchbook has a loose feel to it which makes the sketchbook approachable and not intimidating yet it is not so loose it looks amateur.

What I would love to see from Chemicals & colors is more fundamental studies such as value studies and perspective drawings just to take his work to the next level. Also some paintings look a bit blurry in places so Litbhalavi may want to watch out for those areas.

This is a sketchbook that is sure to improve into something special if Litbhalavi keeps up the hard work.
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