In Janvier Rollande's drawing, Sage (detail; pencil drawing, 2006, 17 1/4 x 12 3/4), the area from the child's eyebrows to the base of her nose is the smallest of the three "segments" of the face. Drawing a face is a little like reading a map. And no, not the cool Indiana Jones map...
Toning your surface can add a lot of dimension to the end product. Hi All, This is my first blog post for Artist Daily. I’m a lifetime student of art like so many of you, and I look forward to sharing our mutual love of drawing and painting as well as swapping tips and methods about how we each...
We present the semifinalists in the colored pencil category. by Karen Stanger Johnston Ya Reckin by Rosemarie Rush, 2006, colored pencil, 16 x 20. First Place: Rosemarie Rush Like most of the images of Western life by California artist Rosemarie Rush, Ya Reckin was based on a photograph and has no background...
The Drawing Blog
15 Oct 2007
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