Urban Sketches and Warm Landscapes by Kaye Kang – Design You Trust

Urban Sketches and Warm Landscapes by Kaye Kang

Kaye Kang is a SF based Korean artist who likes to sketch outside and spend most of her day playing with her cat Gigi. She specializes in character design and visual development for the animation industry. Currently at Nickelodeon Animation Studio.

On her Instagram she publishes warm landscapes and urban sketches, made in a somewhat edgy, but quite pleasant technique. We have collected the most interesting works for you.

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