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  • Is Grandma Holding a Moose Leg?

    Brooklyn-based artist Allison Maletz doesn't want to use watercolor in a traditional way. Although her work is representational and often figure-based, exploring themes of human connection and the quirky, often dysfunctional, "average American family," she refuses to be bound by any rules...
    Posted to Artist Daily by Courtney Jordan on 23 Jun 2015
    Filed under: pencil drawing, watercolor painting, 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • Drawing Basics: How I Start My Pencil Drawings

    Drawing block-in by Steve Early. From the time I started drawing, I have had a constant battle with myself over how to start. For years I have been looking for the one right way to sketch in a composition or block-in an underpainting. Lately, and with the help of my Studio Incamminati instructors, I...
    Posted to The Drawing Blog by judith St. Ledger - Roty on 22 Oct 2014
    Filed under: drawing, Drawing Basics, figure drawing, how to draw, pencil drawing, life drawing, still life
  • Sketch portraits

    Hello y'all. I would love for you guys to comment/come with constructive criticism on these sketch portraits that I did of a male and a female.
    Posted to Drawing by AndreasL22 on 20 Sep 2014
  • "BABE IN BLACK" (C) 2014 Jon Hul (Graphite pencil drawing.)

    "BABE IN BLACK" Graphite pencil drawing rendered on paper. This art is intended as a study drawing for a painting portraying the same image. My model posing for me is Max Wasa. The black sports car is a 2002 Porsche Carrera GT. My pleasure to share my art with you all! More to post in the near...
    Posted to Member Gallery by Jon Hul on 10 Jun 2014
    Filed under: graphite pencil, Pencil Drawing, photo-realism, black & white art, black &amp, Jon Hul, white drawing, Derwent Pencils, drawing paper, car art
  • demo on ball and mask for drawing heads

    Hi- I am new to the forum and am looking for the demo on using the ball and mask as a way of drawing heads. I believe that I saw it on a video by artist daily and unfortunately didn't note when or the exact title. It is a very novel and interesting way of developing the head in any direction and...
    Posted to Drawing by joan senator on 16 Apr 2014
  • Drawing eyes - has potential?

    Hi there, Over the Summer holidays I started a small project to increase my skill in drawing realistic human features, I started with eyes and I managed to get a couple done which I think are pretty good for a beginner. My question is do you think these have potential and if so what advice would you...
    Posted to Drawing by LeanneMorril on 8 Apr 2014
  • How does it look

    I'm new to this. I know it's not perfect yet, but my hopes are for it to become close to it. So if there is any help to make this piece look better and more realistic.
    Posted to Critique My Artwork by drawingalways on 30 Mar 2014
  • Would like an honest opinion on my artwork. Thank you

    Artwork Title: Blue Jay 9x12 inch original pencil drawing using graphite pencils on acid free art paper I offer originals for sale at www.saatchionline.com/daniellamb
    Posted to Critique My Artwork by daniellamb on 14 Jan 2014
  • "Drawing XV"

    "Drawing XV" 18"x24" graphite on newsprint paper 11-17-2012. This was for a Life Drawing class.
    Posted to Member Gallery by Charlie Gunn on 18 Nov 2012
    Filed under: pencil, drawing, portrait, male, man, men, Portraits, Pencil Drawing, drawings, pencil drawings, Charlie Gunn, American Artist.
  • "Born to Be Wild" (C) 2010 Jon Hul (Preliminary Pencil Sketch #2)

    "Born to Be Wild" (C) 2010 Jon Hul (Preliminary Pencil Sketch #2) (This is the second of two preliminaries to share to all on this web site.) This second preliminary drawing is made in lieu of rendering the artistic image as a painting. The idea of a very sexy female on a hot motorcycle, arousing...
    Posted to Member Gallery by Jon Hul on 7 Sep 2010
    Filed under: motorcycle art, Pencil Drawing, technical drawing, black and white drawing, sketch rough female, graphite sketch
  • "CANDY" (C) 2005 JON HUL

    This is a small black & white graphite pencil drawing rendered Derwent Graphite Pencils on paper, measuring 14" X 12" (vertical). The art is sold. My pleasure to share this artistic image with you all. - Jon Hul - Happy 2010!!
    Posted to Member Gallery by Jon Hul on 2 Jan 2010
    Filed under: drawing, female, Pencil Drawing, graphite drawing, figurative drawing, black & white drawing
  • "Betty" 19" x 24" Graphite on plate smooth bristol paper

    Betty was a very special friend of mine who passed away this past May. I decided to do her portrait for her husband as a Christmas gift. All I can say is that he loved it and so do I.
    Posted to Member Gallery by jjkky01 on 29 Dec 2009
    Filed under: portrait, graphite, realism, Pencil Drawing
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