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Drawing faces with the shadows of crumpled paper

Finding inspiration for a new drawing while staring at a blank sheet of paper can sometimes feel daunting. In this video, filmmaker and illustrator Guy Larsen finds an interesting solution: He jumpstarts his drawings of imagined people from the shadows of crumpled paper pieces that he moves around the page.

In the video below, he demonstrates The Many Ways to Draw Cartoon Eyes:

Watch more drawing videos: Marion Deuchars’ Let’s Make some Great Fingerprint Art, Pardon My Dust – Dynamic Sketching with Peter Han, and the intricate, temporary chalk animals of Philippe Baudelocque.

Also fun: Osvaldo Cavandoli’s La Linea.

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