The Ink Trail Shares “The Last of Us” Time-Lapse Drawing

Joel Miller Illustrated by Andreas von Buddenbrock

Earlier this month, Andreas “The Ink Trail” von Buddenbrock was happy to share one of his latest time-lapse videos, featuring a tribute portrait of video game character Joel Miller.

Joel is one of the main characters of the popular “The Last of Us” franchise and has been the topic of many discussions since the release of the latest game in the series. According to Andreas, the portrait was made using pencil and ink pens (Micron and Zebra ink) during a few drawing sessions broadcasted on Instagram Live.

To see more of Andreas von Buddenbrock’s work, please visit his page on Altpick.com and his website.

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