There’s a very techie explanation as to why these portraits of perty ladies (and a cowboy) look like they’ve degenerated into partial, porous digital silhouettes, but just like you don’t need science to write science fiction, you don’t need to know all that junk to enjoy the cyberpunkish visual aesthetic: stringy facial shreds, mega-polydactyl limbs, whoah ho-ho, etc. A collaborative effort of designers Ayaka Ito, Randall Church and some RIT students, the Scribbled Line People were created using HDRI sphere lighting, a 3D flash drawing app, some intricate channel rendering, blah blah blah.