“I’m A Slow Drawer,” Says Estonian Artist Who Spent Around 40 Hours On These Intricate Black and Blue Floral Patterns

Published 10 years ago

Estonian artist Sandra, also known as mikiverevikim on Twitter, recently unveiled her newest artwork – a painstakingly intricate floral pattern drawn with black and blue gel ink pens onto rough watercolour paper. She humbly calls herself ”a slow drawer” because she spent  around 40 hours drawing this 18 x 27 cm piece of art and around 50 hours tracing it on Adobe Illustrator after she scanned it.

Take a look at this trippy piece of art and see the time lapse video, which demonstrates her delicate drawing process.

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