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3D drawings by J Desenhos Facebook Artist João A. Carvalho aka...









































3D drawings by J Desenhos


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Artist João A. Carvalho aka J Desenhos draws amazing 3D notepad art that seems to leap off the page. On his popular Facebook page, Nas linhas do caderno , Carvalho shares progress shots of his drawings, encouraging others to share their artwork too.


Many of his sketches play with the signature blue lines of a notepad (most are manually drawn), bending and twisting the lines to give his characters depth. The pieces truly come to life when Carvalho applies shading, a skill he is clearly adept at.


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