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Knife Drawings (12 pics)

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  • 18 Jan, 2010  |
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Knife instead of a brush, and leather as canvas.
Mark Evans creates amazing drawings, using a knives and scalpels.
He learned to make such art, when he was helping his grandmother to fix her leather belt.


1 Knife Drawings (12 pics)


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12 Knife Drawings (12 pics)

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№1 Author: gerachev (18 Jan 2010 03:29) Total user comments: 1600


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№2 Author: RedArmySLDR (18 Jan 2010 04:09) Total user comments: 23


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if he gets angry he will just stab his work lol
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№3 Author: TheAntiVillain (18 Jan 2010 05:15) Total user comments: 161


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he would of been a great surgeon
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№4 Author: donald (18 Jan 2010 07:25) Total user comments: 555


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what is he using to carve into?
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№5 Author: salsapopo (18 Jan 2010 09:25) Total user comments: 12723


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very talanted
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№6 Author: nico (18 Jan 2010 10:36) Total user comments: 3050


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№7 Author: khannibal (18 Jan 2010 14:45) Total user comments: 4711


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№8 Author: delorarose (18 Jan 2010 20:44) Total user comments: 322


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Amazing
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№9 Author: parodysrivas (18 Jan 2010 21:02) Total user comments: 934


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Wow, now taht is very impressive, not only for the unique style, but the highly detailed they are!! 21
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№10 Author: 2fuzzy (19 Jan 2010 14:39) Total user comments: 10400


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№11 Author: olborer (19 Jan 2010 17:56) Total user comments: 265


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his work looks stunningly realistic
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№12 Author: Jimmy Johnson (21 Jan 2010 21:13) Total user comments: 0


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This isn't new. All the artist does is super-impose the image on his desired surface with a projector. Then he fills out the tracing with whatever medium he chooses (paint, gum, coffee, bits of paper from smoked joints, etc.) It's never original work, it's just a take on someone else's idea.
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№13 Author: nolife (22 Jan 2010 02:10) Total user comments: 1907


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cool
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№14 Author: Jinxaruny (25 Jan 2010 11:29) Total user comments: 10324


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№15 Author: plaidpancake (10 Aug 2011 23:15) Total user comments: 2475


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wow that amazine
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