Do you ever feel jealous of people who can draw? It’s just such an admirable skill. Whether you draw from memory, from nature or just make stuff up and then put it on paper, it seems magical to me. It’s especially impressive when people can draw incredibly intricate sketches in a matter of minutes. How do they do this? That’s a question I’d like to ask of Mariela Luis of @marielART.
Thisincredibly talented girl uses her own body as a canvas and does themost amazing sketches of historical buildings in detail and in herown style. Sketching the Westminster Abbey on your thigh? – She’sdone it. The Notre Dame on her arm? – Yup, no problem. We’repretty sure she could do the Sistine Chapel like it’s a piece ofcake. And the most incredible thing is that it only takes her like 10minutes per sketch.
1.Walter Scott Monument in Edinburgh. Did you know it’s so tall it’shard to fit it into a photo? Well, this girl managed to fit itperfectly on someone’s back.
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