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  • 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
  • Avoid These 5 Mistakes When Drawing Faces

    I've always been an ardent fan of the profile portrait drawing . It reminds me of antique cameos, the profiles of emperors stamped on Roman coins, and 18 th -century silhouettes. But learning how to draw a face in profile does come with its share of possible missteps, so here are a few portrait-drawing...
    Posted to Artist Daily by Courtney Jordan on 15 Jul 2014
    Filed under: Drawing, how to draw, How to Draw People, Drawing Basics, colored pencil, Drawing Faces
  • Robert Kogge's Still Life Gallery

    In this special Artist Daily gallery, we present online reproductions of the still life work of Robert Kogge . Because the artist works with muted colors in a very close value range, and uses the heavy weave of the canvas as a dominant part of his subject matter, print reproductions of his artwork do...
    Posted to Artist Daily by Courtney Jordan on 9 Jun 2014
    Filed under: Artist Daily, still life, Art, colored pencil
  • Drawing Basics: When It Hurts to Draw

    Drawing can cause a repetitive strain injury (RSI), but with a few precautions and the right equipment, this risk can be minimized. by Edith Zimmerman Drawing is not usually thought of as a high-risk occupation. Calluses, dirty fingernails, stained clothes, and the occasional paper cut are usually the...
    Posted to The Drawing Blog by American Artist on 24 Feb 2014
    Filed under: drawing, art, Drawing Basics, how to draw, pencil drawing, colored pencil
  • 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
  • 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 26 Dec 2013
    Filed under: Drawing, how to draw, pencil drawing, Oil Painting, How to Draw People, Drawing Basics, colored pencil
  • 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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