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Illustrations by Eric Dufresn

Mar 13 2013, 2:30 pm 0 Marco Russo

Looking at the pictures I propose today, I was reminded of when, in my previous life, when I didn’t know technology and I was delighted with the study of art and more specifically with some exercises (I can’t remember if they had a specific name) reproducing a final result very similar to this one, made with diagonal lines in pencil traced across the sheet, forming an intricate grid, which was then watercolored, highlighting the shapes or characters previously drawn. The series realized by Canadian artist Eric Dufresne is composed of six stunning digital works born through the coloring of geometric shapes resulting from the intersection of the lines. Works depicting with creativity the characters of DC Comics, superheroes most loved by children and adults: Aquaman, Flash, Green Lantern, Batman, Superman and Green Arrow.

Artist: Eric Dufresne

Tags: art artist color computer graphics creative geometric graphic illustration superheroes

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