Thomas Lamadieu's Fills in Open Spaces with Quirky Doodles

By: Kyle Towers - Published: Apr 13, 2013 • References: tlamadieu.wix & neatorama
These quirky doodles by Thomas Lamadieus uses the sky as a mural. Through simple photo manipulations and after effects he has created a series of interesting cartoon characters.

Lamadieus takes advantage of the empty space forms that architecture creates. He uses the shaping as a guide in developing his images that blend into the sky. This method of taking advantage of already formed shapes and using its likeness has been adopted by many artists. It works very well for these quirky doodles as it is illuminated by the light from the sky. Lamadieus also takes advantage of the different colors and clouds in the sky to differentiate certain parts of the characters like their hair. Stats for Looming Atmosphere Art Trending: Older & Mild
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