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Written by Helen van Raaij

Giselle Vitali
Image by: Giselle Vitali

The human body - a perfect machine

Giselle Vitali (born in Italy, based in Spain) is an incredible artist. Her love for the human anatomy inspires her in her artistic work, as she sees the human body as “the perfect machine, of which we are still unable to create a likeness“.

Her main tools are watercolor, ink, acrylic and (colored) pencils. Most of her work begins with simply a pencil and a piece of paper on which she draws her first sketch. Following her first sketch, she builds up to her final piece. Giselle has several customers for whom she uses different techniques depending on what the customer desires.

Giselle's future goals are to develop and challenge herself and her skills, by studing the anatomy literature and doing a Master's degree in 3D modeling. 

Want to find out more about Giselle and her artwork? Take a look at her website!

Giselle Vitali
Image by: Giselle Vitali

Tags: Anatomy & Art, Watercolors, Ink, Acrylic, Giselle Vitali, The perfect machine

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