Julian Ardila and illustrator from Mexico shared a beautiful illustration work he's done for a Google Doodle. The Doodle celebrates "Dr. Atl," born Gerardo Murillo in Guadalajara in 1875. In a time of revolution and renaissance, Murillo greatly influenced Mexico’s political and cultural identity. He was an activist, artist, writer, journalist, and overall cultural leader.Murillo pioneered the idea of artistic nationalism. The illustration is full of style, it has this watercolor look but with a lot of depth. Julian was also really nice to share with us a bit of the process, check it out. Description To show his pride in his Mexican heritage, he took on the name "Atl," meaning water in Náhuatl. He worked his entire life to promote Native Mexican culture, writing extensively on folk art, music, and dance. Murillo loved nature, and in volcanoes, he found his greatest inspiration. He frequently hiked to Popocatépetl and Iztaccíhuatl, living and painting on the volcanic slopes for weeks at a time. In 1943, he witnessed the birth of Paricutín and documented the experience in his book "Cómo nace y crece un volcán, el Paricutín" (How a Volcano Is Born and Grows – Paricutín). For his contributions to the artistic and cultural heritage of Mexico, he was awarded the Belisario Domínguez Medal of Honor and the National Arts Award. Final Google Doodle Illustration process For more information about Julian check out: http://instagram.com/julianardila25 https://www.behance.net/julianardila
An unaware bystander might read the title an ask what's the big deal of doodles. Well, when the artist behind a doodle is a very talented person, then you take doodling to a new level. It becomes doodle art, and this is amazing. I'm amazed by the level of precision @Visothkakvei has... you may visit his Instagram to see some of the videos he publishes, and I tell you, this guy draws as if he was a printer, most time without even a sketch underneath. Talk about confidence when drawing. I hope you enjoy these! Cheers. ;) Uma publicação compartilhada por Visothkakvei (@visothkakvei) em Jan 16, 2017 às 3:47 PST Uma publicação compartilhada por Visothkakvei (@visothkakvei) em Dez 19, 2016 às 2:55 PST Uma publicação compartilhada por Visothkakvei (@visothkakvei) em Dez 16, 2016 às 7:57 PST Uma publicação compartilhada por Visothkakvei (@visothkakvei) em Mai 31, 2017 às 7:50 PDT Uma publicação compartilhada por Visothkakvei (@visothkakvei) em Mai 30, 2017 às 4:42 PDT Uma publicação compartilhada por Visothkakvei (@visothkakvei) em Mai 15, 2017 às 9:40 PDT Uma publicação compartilhada por Visothkakvei (@visothkakvei) em Mar 22, 2017 às 2:27 PDT
Jonathan Bergeron aka. Johnny Crap is a really skillful traditional illustrator from Quebec, Canada. Using a lot of popular references on his artworks such as Star Wars, Johnny got some hardcore feelings that remind me of the master Jim Phillips. You can check his last updates on Johnny artworks on his Tumblr/Blog, he also got a Behance Profile.
I've been seeing these in the web for some time now. David Jablow has come up with a super simple, yet awesome project called "Do it yourself Doodler", in which he takes an original, incomplete doodle and starts to make many doodles from it. These are a great example of how a person might practice their drawing skills. Do it yourself too! I bet that doing something like David will get your creativity right on date. To get to know more of his project, you may visit the project site, or check out his flickrstream for more of his great doodles! I hope you enjoy these. Chees! ;) Blank His art
Doodling finds his part in design, when you still looking for ideas how to move on with your draft. But most of the time it is done when you are bored and want to kill time. Magnus Muhr gave dead flies life when he doodled around them, and they are so funny. Enjoy Visit Magnus Muhrs portfolio on here http://www.muhrfoto.se/ . He is a talented artist. Check him out.