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  • Drawing Basics: Learning the Lesson of Line Drawing

    Leonardo Da Vinci's drawing, Head of an Angel , 1483. In a previous post, I was telling you about how I decided to take Leonardo Da Vinci for my master when I was first studying art seriously. Choosing a master means taking a close look at great art and great artists, and learning the lessons they...
    Posted to The Drawing Blog by dmaidman on 16 Apr 2014
    Filed under: drawing, art, Drawing Basics, figure drawing, how to draw, life drawing, shading
  • Drawing Basics: The Best Drawing Art Books

    Plate VIII, Study for a Picture , chalk and pastel drawing. From The Practice and Science of Drawing by Harold Speed. I was just telling a friend of mine that artists love books. That surprises some people, but it is totally true, especially if you love flipping through great books for drawing ideas...
    Posted to The Drawing Blog by Courtney Jordan on 15 Apr 2014
    Filed under: drawing, art, Drawing Basics, pastel, figure drawing, how to draw, how to draw people, drawing anatomy
  • Make It Come Alive, But Not Like Frankenstein

    Stacy in Chalk by Rob Liberace, chalk pencil drawing, 14 x 22. I wholeheartedly believe that a drawing of a human figure should look like it has the potential for physical movement and action. Not a creepy, unnatural animation, but more of a direct relation to the actual human form. Our bodies are always...
    Posted to Artist Daily by Courtney Jordan on 6 Apr 2014
    Filed under: figure drawing, pencil drawing, life drawing, How to Draw People, Drawing Basics
  • A Portfolio of Passion

    When I had the chance to interview artist Gregory Manchess, I could barely contain the nerdy little kid who still lives inside of me. Manchess works with the technical skills of a classical fine artist, wielding paint and graphite as well as any of the greats, but his subjects are anything but traditional...
    Posted to The Artist's Life by James Duncan on 26 Mar 2014
    Filed under: Figure Drawing, Art, Drawing Basics
  • Drawing Basics: Look at John Singer Sargent's Swirls and Squiggles

    Sketch of a Man by John Singer Sargent, charcoal drawing. Adapted from an article by Mark G. Mitchell. Looking at a John Singer Sargent's drawings, I really can't mistake them for anything but the work of his hand. His line work is so thin, firm, and consistent, even in figure drawings full of...
    Posted to The Drawing Blog by Courtney Jordan on 23 Mar 2014
    Filed under: drawing, Drawing Basics, figure drawing, how to draw, how to draw people, pencil drawing, sketching, How to Paint
  • Re: Drawing Open Studio / Life Drawing - (tips on getting a group started)

    Great informative article. I find that the core group is what keeps us all going. I have seen as few a 3 regular attendees to as many as 7 or 8 you could pretty much count on. I like a group of 8 to 10 and find the big groups of 25 plus to crazy for me. All the artist that attend your groups are lucky...
    Posted to Drawing by Barry Brandon on 3 Aug 2013
  • Me and my sketchbook

    10 years of not making art. One jaded heart. 18 days, 23,000 km and 2 sketchbooks. I packed my bag and drew my heart out. Enjoy All else can seen on my website @www.cherngzhi.com
    Posted to Drawing by czlian on 12 Jul 2013
  • color pencil sharpener to remove wood only

    Years ago I had a pencil sharpener in classroom studio that removed wood only leaving the lead or color It was manual and look like the old wall sharpener I was looking for one now that we are doing color pencil class this spring I have seen a "grapshap" for manual use but would like to find...
    Posted to Drawing by Great Motherrabbit on 5 Nov 2012
  • Re: figure drawing workshops and open studios

    I found the directory very useful in finding resources for figure drawing classes. Is there a directory or registry that can be used by figure models to find modeling work? I am a figure model always seeking modeling opportunities but finding the available positions can be difficult.
    Posted to Figurative by Mike2012 on 5 Oct 2012
  • critique my drawing

    this is a drawing i completed a while ago, it is made from a life study , and then worked into, let me know what you think ,
    Posted to Drawing by benjamin andreas on 7 Sep 2012
  • "CLASSIC CLAIRE" (C) 2011 JON HUL (B&W Study Drawing)

    This artwork is that of a black & white drawing rendered with graphite pencil on vellum substrate. This art is used as a study drawing for a new painting I am rendering of the new Playboy Playmate of the Year 2011 - Claire Sinclair. And when I complete the black & white painting, I shall then...
    Posted to Member Gallery by Jon Hul on 12 Jun 2011
    Filed under: pencil, graphite, female, commission, fine art, figure drawing, study drawing, female drawing, black &amp, white drawing, drawing paper, vellum, graphite pencil drawing., classic art, 24" X 18" Art, pencil art.
  • "ACE" (pencil study) (C) 2001 JON HUL

    This is a black & white graphite pencil drawing rendered on paper, measuring 24" X 18" (vertical). This art is the first of three art pieces (same image) rendered for a client from the Tamara Bane Art Gallery, Los Angeles, CA. The model is Suzi Simpson. My pleasure to share this art with...
    Posted to Member Gallery by Jon Hul on 6 Jan 2010
    Filed under: figurative, Semi-nude, figure drawing, photo-realism
  • "ACE" (color pencil) (C) 2002 JON HUL

    This a color-pencil drawing rendered on gray pastel paper with the use of Derwent Studio Color Pencils, measuring 25" X 19" (vertical). This art is the third of three art pieces (same image) rendered for a client from the Tamara Bane Art Gallery, Los Angeles, CA. The model is Suzi Simpson....
    Posted to Member Gallery by Jon Hul on 6 Jan 2010
    Filed under: drawing, figurative, Semi-nude, color pencil, figure drawing, photo-realism, pastel paper
  • "BABY DEV" (C) 2003 JON HUL

    This a black & white graphite pencil drawing rendered on Strathmore drawing paper, measuring 18" X 24" (horizontal). The model is Devin DeVasquez. The art is sold. My pleasure to share this art piece with you all! Jon Hul
    Posted to Member Gallery by Jon Hul on 5 Dec 2009
    Filed under: figurative, Semi-nude, figure drawing, photo-realism
  • "DANCE OF THE BAGUETTE" (C) 2003 JON HUL

    This is a mono-chromatic pencil drawing rendered with a Derwendt Studio Pencil on on light-gray Canson Paper, measuring 25" X 19" (vertical). The model is Lisa Boyle. The art is sold. My pleasure to share with all of you! -Jon Hul
    Posted to Member Gallery by Jon Hul on 2 Dec 2009
    Filed under: figurative, Semi-nude, figure drawing, photo-realism
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