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  • A guideline view for parents

    Are you a parent of a young kid? Worried about his admission? Is your child studying in a good school? Here is a practical list of guidelines for all parents who seek admission on various Playschools. I bet you always neglected point number 9 in this article . This article too contain a beautiful sketch...
    Posted to Drawing by richitrakala on 27 May 2015
  • Drawing to Remind Me of Where I’ve Been

    I've always thought of art as a bit of a touchstone for really great memories in life. Several months ago I was reminded of this when I went for a visit to Scotland because, while I have snapshots galore to show for my trip, the one item that really prompts my memories of my time there is a little...
    Posted to Artist Daily by Courtney Jordan on 26 May 2015
    Filed under: Drawing, how to draw, Drawing Basics, Art, How to Draw Flowers
  • Dark Tidings

    Sounds mysterious and threatening, right? No worries! It's just that when Liz Haywood-Sullivan began to create pastel drawings, she was dismayed with the range of dark colors available. "Rich, dark pastels were hard to find," she says. "Most of the time the darks just weren't dark...
    Posted to Artist Daily by Courtney Jordan on 19 May 2015
    Filed under: Drawing, How To Paint, Painting, Pastel, Art
  • Bringing the Dark to Light

    There are subject matters that are fairly easy to take in and those that need more time to understand and a willingness on the part of the viewer to move out of his or her comfort zone. Works that artistically represent intense events--like violence or tragedy--are especially powerful when they merge...
    Posted to Artist Daily by Courtney Jordan on 14 May 2015
    Filed under: Drawing, how to draw, Drawing Basics, Art
  • Soft Lines and No Tension

    I'm not a napping kind of person. When I'm up, I'm up and I want to be doing something or on the go. That's usually the kind of body drawing that I'm pulled to as well--muscles torqued, body indicating action, and an underlying sense of movement. That being said, I do recognize and...
    Posted to Artist Daily by Courtney Jordan on 12 May 2015
    Filed under: Drawing, how to draw, figure drawing, pencil drawing, life drawing, drawing anatomy, Artist Daily, How to Draw People, Drawing Basics
  • The Foundation of Figurative Art Is...

    In figure drawing and painting, knowing the ins and outs of the human body is essential. There's no way around that fact, and honing our skills with anatomy drawing helps us understand and truly see the body more accurately than any other endeavor. Drawing by Stephen Schultz. I was flipping through...
    Posted to Artist Daily by Courtney Jordan on 5 May 2015
    Filed under: Drawing, how to draw, figure drawing, life drawing, drawing anatomy, shading, How to Draw People, Drawing Basics, Art
  • critique my art

    hi! i'm AgonZ and artist of sorts, still need a lot of improvement, but i keep working hard in getting better. so i decided to get just my line art on forums so experimented artist could help me out criticizing my work, so i can improve. my style is pretty similar to the american comic book, and...
    Posted to Critique My Artwork by AgonZ on 28 Mar 2015
  • Re: Portrait Drawing Tutorial

    Hi, Petra! I'm not sure how I missed your question, I'm so sorry for my delayed response! That is such a great question. It would be challenging to complete a face that you only had half a reference for, but not impossible. You would have to construct the other half using principles of head construction...
    Posted to Portraiture by Marina415 on 26 Mar 2015
  • Feedback on drawing of women's faces

    Hi everyone, I am a very unexperienced as a drawer, and have now made an attempt at drawing myself and my girlfriend. I would appreciate it aI lot if I could get some feedback on the drawing. Does the faces look asymmetrical and awkward? Do the fabric of the clothing look natural? Any constructive criticism...
    Posted to Beginners by acire.s on 22 Mar 2015
  • Re: Landscape and Texture in Charcoal

    Thank you for your comments and enthusiasm, Hausamann. The Halle Forest is quite a remarkable place in the Spring. It inspired me to spend a lot of time on this drawing while creating the textures in both additive and subtractive drawing techniques.
    Posted to Landscape by Katherine Nelson on 19 Mar 2015
  • - K H -

    Pastel and charcoal on toned paper, 34/49 cm, 2013.
    Posted to Member Gallery by Miroslav Ivanov on 8 Oct 2013
    Filed under: drawing, charcoal, painting, realism, pastel, fine art, monochrome, classical art, Miroslav Ivanov.
  • A Quiet Girl, Mixed media

    Graphite, finished digitally.
    Posted to Member Gallery by Richard Hollowood on 19 Dec 2012
    Filed under: drawing, portrait, graphite, mixed media, digital, girl, traditional
  • - P -

    Soft pastel & pencil on colored paper.
    Posted to Member Gallery by Miroslav Ivanov on 25 Oct 2011
    Filed under: pencil, drawing, portrait, woman, soft pastel, fine art, Lady, Miroslav Ivanov
  • Mark, chalk and charcoal on paper, 8x10, 2010

    Mark, chalk and charcoal on paper, 8x10, 2010
    Posted to Member Gallery by ChrisHodges on 8 May 2010
    Filed under: drawing, portrait, paper, Male figure, face, 8X10, charcoal drawing, DrChris
  • Miles Davis, charcoal and chalk on paper, 8x10in

    Posted to Member Gallery by ChrisHodges on 26 Apr 2010
    Filed under: drawing, charcoal, chalk, musician, celebrity, portrait charcoal, celebrity drawing, black & white drawing, charcoal drawing, DrChris, 8x10in, Jazz, Miles Davis
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