Plant Patterns Iii
An exploration of the natural patterns/forms in plants using ink and an early printmaking technique known as Linocut. This delicate technique was developed in the mid-1800s and is a form of fine art printmaking.
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Sofiya is an illustrator and animator based in Slovenia. Born and raised in Russia, she started to learn academic drawing. Her favorite techniques are pencil and marker on paper and works with dark and monochrome colors in great details. Through her drawings, Sofiya wants to create a world without limits, just like Alice in Wonderland. Get to know Sofiya more here.