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  • They Can Be Moody, Too

    The Depth of Colored Pencil I'll admit that in the past I have been guilty of thinking of colored pencil art as colorful and bright and not necessarily able to be coupled with serious subjects or moody narratives. But that was my own bias. As I've spent time looking at sketchbooks of draftsmen...
    Posted to Artist Daily by Courtney Jordan on 24 Feb 2015
    Filed under: Drawing, how to draw, figure drawing, pencil drawing, sketching, How to Draw People, Drawing Basics, Art, colored pencil
  • Kickstart Your Artistic Goals with an ArtistsNetwork.tv Free Trial!

    We're a few weeks into January, and possibly coming up on the first obstacles to keeping those New Year's resolutions. Stay the course (or get back on track!) with ArtistsNetwork.tv's Free Trial! Colored pencil landscape by Kristy Kutch. Starting January 15th, take advantage of our FREE TRIAL...
    Posted to The Artist's Life by VanessaWieland on 16 Jan 2015
    Filed under: landscape painting, How to Draw, Art, Colored Pencil
  • Do You Love Color & Love to Draw?

    Then colored pencil is for you! Rich, vibrant pigment in a handy, portable, non-toxic, easy-to-use package. Artists have been using the colored pencil medium for over 100 years, and the pencils just keep getting better--new colors, lightfast improvements, and more. I learned all this, as well as the...
    Posted to The Artist's Life by Jenniferlnl on 26 Dec 2014
    Filed under: how to paint, landscape painting, Still Life, How to Draw, Art, Drawing Basics, Colored Pencil, Painting Flowers
  • I Need a GPS for Drawing Faces

    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...
    Posted to Artist Daily by Courtney Jordan on 7 Dec 2014
    Filed under: Drawing, how to draw, pencil drawing, Oil Painting, How to Draw People, Drawing Basics, Art, colored pencil
  • Know Where You're Going

    Lunch on 6th Ave. 22" x 15" Both the value and color sketches were used as continual reference. The picture was painted in transparent watercolor and transparent acrylic. You do not have to begin a painting with doubts and hesitation. You do not have to start a picture only to realize the composition...
    Posted to The Artist's Life by Paul Sullivan on 8 Sep 2014
    Filed under: how to paint, Drawing Basics, Colored Pencil
  • My second picture

    Okay, here is my second picture. I did this in April of this year when I returned from vacation sick and had to take a few days more off work. Nothing to do so I started this colored pencil drawing (painting?) from an iPad photo I took of a shiny York mint wrapper. My favorite treat! Done on Stonehenge...
    Posted to Critique My Artwork by Hybridoc on 7 Aug 2014
  • Rediscovering art

    I recently found this website and appreciate all the content and now discovered this forum for critique. I need critique. I did a lot of drawing in high school and then life took over. Fast forward 40 years and here I am, rediscovering art. I am self taught, I have done a few colored pencil pieces recently...
    Posted to Critique My Artwork by Hybridoc on 7 Aug 2014
  • emergency karismacolor addict..... need replacement asap

    hello there. please help me find a replacement for my much beloved karismacolors. i managed to buy a massive ammount of them just after they went out of production but im running out ! i have some big projects coming up and i dont have enough karismas to do it . all my favourite colours are gone. im...
    Posted to Drawing by bibimoonunit on 6 Feb 2014
  • Has anyone tried using Pastels and colored pencil?

    I've been using Prismacolor pencils for a number of years. I recently started doing larger portraits, so I was looking for a media that would allow me to do larger areas and blend color just as easily. I tried Prismacolor's Nupastels. I enjoyed the feel of them, and the ease of use, and that...
    Posted to Mixed Media by jwilkeart on 3 Sep 2013
  • Drawing forests

    I was looking at YouTube - trying to find video on how to draw trees -=problem is they on show how to draw individual trees or groves where the trees are spread out - I want to learn ho to draw lots of trees - thick or dense forest. I want to draw them in pencil . any Ideas
    Posted to Drawing by MKasim on 28 May 2013
  • "Aubrey" 9x12, Watercolor, and colored pencil

    Happy Birthday Dear Aubrey.... from Grandma..
    Posted to Member Gallery by wetpaperfan on 18 Mar 2013
    Filed under: watercolor, Colored Pencil, marsha k
  • "African Violets"

    This is #10 of a series of quick sketches. I am trying to complete 75 sketches in 75 days. This plant is one that I have sitting on my desk in my office/art studio the window that faces east. I love the soft, fuzzy leaves and the beautiful violet flower petals. They make me smile every time I walk into...
    Posted to Member Gallery by lgrawl123 on 2 Sep 2011
    Filed under: Colored Pencil, #10, African Violet, Sketch-Laurie Grawl
  • "African Violets"

    This is #10 of a series of quick sketches. I am trying to complete 75 sketches in 75 days. This plant is one that I have sitting on my desk in my office/art studio the window that faces east. I love the soft, fuzzy leaves and the beautiful violet flower petals. They make me smile every time I walk into...
    Posted to Member Gallery by lgrawl123 on 2 Sep 2011
    Filed under: Colored Pencil, #10, African Violet, Sketch-Laurie Grawl
  • "African Violets"

    This is #10 of a series of quick sketches. I am trying to complete 75 sketches in 75 days. This plant is one that I have sitting on my desk in my office/art studio the window that faces east. I love the soft, fuzzy leaves and the beautiful violet flower petals. They make me smile every time I walk into...
    Posted to Member Gallery by lgrawl123 on 2 Sep 2011
    Filed under: Colored Pencil, #10, African Violet, Sketch-Laurie Grawl
  • "Awoken"

    This is a work on colored pastel paper done with colored pencils. It measures 9"x10" ---- The color of the original is brighter as there is a glare in the photo!
    Posted to Member Gallery by zyhawk58 on 19 Jan 2009
    Filed under: drawing, painting, Colored Pencil, fantasy
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