Oil painting by Judith St. Ledger-Roty, illustrating how an undertone warms a work up. I’m a lifetime student of art like so many of you, and I savor sharing our mutual love of drawing and painting as well as swapping tips and methods about how we each work in our own unique way. I have always...
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...
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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