Sketch Vs. Final: Artists Show The Huge Difference Between Their Sketches And Finished Artwork


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A recent trend on Twitter got artists all hyped up to share their artwork. The challenge ‘Sketch vs. Final’ asks the artists to share what their artwork looks like when it’s first sketched out and when it’s all finished and rendered.

The difference between the two is quite shocking and you start appreciating the work artists do even more. Some of the sketches look like a mess, and you can’t even tell what they are—however, after some hard work, they end up looking beautiful and breathtaking.

More: Twitter h/t: boredpanda


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Artists have proven over and over again that they have amazing skills we mortals can only dream of. This thread takes it to another level by showing us something so simple and sketchy coming to life as amazingly detailed illustrations, drawings, or digital art. No matter what the medium is, it requires lots of time, practice, and work to get this good. So it’s great that users on Twitter are sharing their skills; perhaps they will inspire some that are just starting out.


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