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Monday, March 28, 2011
line drawing
If you had bare walls in your home, what would you do them? Well Charlie Kratzer decided to take $10 worth of Sharpies and go to town creating an amazing basement mural.

Here’s a little preview:




And then go to this link for a complete 360 view.  it is absolutely amazing!

It just goes to show you don’t need expensive materials to create something beautiful!

I love the look of simple line drawing with touches of limited color.  I have been playing around with it in my illustrations now and then. Here's an illustration inspired by Charlie Kratzer's beautiful use of line in his basement drawing.

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This illustration features our very hefty cat Mabel!

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COMMENTS:
That's really awesome - they do this stuff on cars, too! There's a Sharpie Lamborghini working the car show circuit, somewhere.
 
That is such a cool idea. Love it! It really creates dimension in the space but is so playful. It was great meeting you Friday!
 
Super interesting! Wish i was brave enough to do it on my wall!
Patsy from
HeARTworks
 
What a great idea! It gives the room a hole other atmosphere. A very nice personal touch!
 
This is very inspiring! What a great idea, I love it. I bet sharpie is loving it too :D

He should go to Doodler's Anonymous, I bet he would have a blast there! I'm a member, they have line drawings galore...

JL
 
This is the best, I would love this on a card to send to my long distance girlfriends!
 
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