| Space art sketches
A sketch is a brief drawing that roughly represents an idea, or something the artist is looking at.
Its execution can range from being drawn very loosely to more refined, and can be done in
different art media.
Multiple sketches may be drawn of a single idea, or what the artist sees, where each sketch
represents a different variation.
The usual purpose of sketching is: 1) to quickly evaluate how an idea will approximately
look like if it was made into a finished artwork, 2) to record an idea, or something the artist
sees, 3) to practice drawing the main features of something and not paying attention to details,
4) to explore different ideas.
This gallery contains some of my space landscape sketches drawn with graphite,
colored pencils and ink. They are explorations of different ideas that I may
use in my artwork later on. I see the universe as an unimaginably large realm that is virtually
unexplored by humanity, and may be stranger than we can possibly imagine.
Art and illustration studio
of Dawid Michalczyk.
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1. Ancient giants
2. Stellar vista
3. Endless opposites
4. Planet scape
5. Edge of perception
6. Starry evening
7. Future bandits
8. Epsilon hunter
9. Singular ambience