We are back for another fantastic round of Reddit’s top talent! This time, we are exploring the art of drawing from r/Drawing. What is drawing? Drawing is the technique of using materials such as pencils, crayons, ink, graphite, or chalk to produce an image, usually on paper. Without further ago, let’s meet our new pen pals! These masterpieces are sure to draw you in.
I broke my neck and was paralyzed in Dec. 2010. Here is a photo of the first drawing I did in rehab, with assistance from my recreational therapist Ashley. Followed by a self portrait I did 7 years later. I’ve improved a little.
I just love to see progress pictures like this, especially when it involves transforming tragedy into triumph. He commented this: “Creating art became a huge part of my recovery. Not only was it therapeutic physically, as it helped my regain strength and dexterity. But it also gave me a way to improve myself mentally, a way to see and appreciate what was around me, and a skill to harness and be proud of. Creation is an outlet to make sense of an otherwise senseless situation.”
Art teacher here. Had my 7/8yo students create monsters that were then “adopted” by local college artists and professors to be reimagined. Goal was to show my students that if they continue to grow their skill set and stay in the arts, that their ideas have no limit!
This is an absolutely brilliant and fun way to provide inspiration to both budding artists and more advanced ones!
This is breathtaking in an eerie, unsettling way. It truly conveys what unbearable guilt can feel like. I love the top comment: “Wow! This is absolutely amazing. You are very talented. Please continue to share your art with the world. Art born from our darkest emotions can have the most potent effect”
Check out the artist’s website here. I would argue that there are even more incredible (and disturbing) masterpieces to find there!
Just found out about a month ago someone posted my art here claiming they made it on LSD. They didn’t. Here it is again with proper attribution – “City Train Adventure”.
This is so awesome and eccentric with so many details to admire. I also have so many questions – what are those green vortex-face creatures? Why do those blue ginger roots have legs? What planet is this on? I am glad that the true artist got the credit they deserve!
One of the top comments says: “Dude. I saw this yesterday and went “shit hes gunna do it again” and told my entire family about this. Brb im going to let my entire family know of this majestic fuckery.” It seems there is a whole inception saga behind this amazing art!