The Sketchbook art by Kerby Rosanes.

We all used to draw something in sketchbooks. Filipino artist Kerby Rosanes succeeded in drawing and creates cool illustrations.

The Sketchbook art by Kerby Rosanes.

When Rosanes attended boring university lectures, he took his sketchbook to while away lectures time. He drew unusual pictures, at first sight homogeneous, black-and-white figures of some animals or objects that appeared in the author’s mind.
A 23-year-old artist used to work as a graphic designer, but he left his stable work to devote all his time to drawing his sketchbook art. Kerby Rosanes now does his artworks for sale online, so you can probably purchase some items in the Internet.
Why are these sketchbook pictures unusual?

The Sketchbook art by Kerby Rosanes.

They consist of thousands of smaller but full drawings which make us melt due to admiration. The author uses strange combinations of lines, figures, patterns and characters all in one sketchbook work. His pictures can look like a simple doodles, but you should look at them closely. It is hard to imagine how all these element combined with each other came to the illustrator’s mind.

The Sketchbook art by Kerby Rosanes.

The main Kerby Rosanes’s tools for sketchbook art are black pens, ink, felt pens and pencils.Initially the illustrator draws sketches of a main image outlines with a black pencil. After that Rosanes fills in a sketchbook figure with smaller details and objects such as little monsters or supernatural creatures, stars, beasts, squids and other animals. The artist does not plan in advance what figure he is going to draw next. The main rule is to fill in the main form, not going beyond the general concept of a sketchbook artwork.

The Sketchbook art by Kerby Rosanes.

No matter what Kerby Rosanes creates, both the audience and the author will certainly receive positive emotions and cheerful mood. The author of this sketchbook art continues his work and you can find his samples visiting his Facebook page.
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