Have you ever wanted to feel like an artist? You can do that thanks to the immersive sketch drawings from Paul Heaston.
Paul Heaston graduated as a painter but soon chose to devote himself to sketch drawing, an activity more suitable to his traveling lifestyle.
But what I really liked about Paul’s work, is his approach to make his drawings immersive. His first-person approach to drawing, combined with a “fish eye” perspective, render his work immersive, as if we were part of the scene.
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