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  • Proven Steps of Watercolor Painting Mastery

    Procida, Italy IV by Keiko Tanabe, watercolor painting, 14 x 21, 2008. One of the best things about being at Artist Daily is seeing incredible artwork on a daily basis. This is especially true in the area of watercolor painting . I wasn't too familiar with many contemporary artists working in the...
    Posted to Artist Daily by Courtney Jordan on 10 Mar 2015
    Filed under: Artist Daily, sketching, watercolor painting
  • Rembrandt Says Don’t Take It Slow

    How to Draw According to Rembrandt Straight from the master's mouth, er, hand. Study Rembrandt's drawing techniques and you'll find short strokes and quick crosshatching that the artist used to get to the heart of every visual impression he wanted to depict. The Three Trees by Rembrandt,...
    Posted to Artist Daily by Courtney Jordan on 8 Mar 2015
    Filed under: Drawing, how to draw, sketching, shading, 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
  • Self Portrait

    pencil on paper
    Posted to Member Gallery by AlexisAnneGrant on 20 Feb 2015
    Filed under: pencil, drawing, art, portrait, sketch, self portrait, face, artwork, life drawing, sketching
  • 3 Things Every Well-Designed Painting Needs

    Of course there are more than three painting techniques that will allow you to create a compelling artwork, but learning how to paint a picture well can certainly start with these elements. Rhythm. Painting objects that actually look alive, in the case of the figure, or lively, as in a landscape, is...
    Posted to Artist Daily by Courtney Jordan on 8 Feb 2015
    Filed under: How To Paint, landscape painting, painting water, sketching, Oil Painting
  • Building a Career for the Long Term

    My painting, Fate , was given an honor award at the 2011 Portrait Society of America International Competition. For the Portrait Society of America Conference in Atlanta a couple of years ago, I was invited to participate in a panel on Professionalism, Leadership, and Service. I was asked to speak to...
    Posted to The Oil Painting Blog by Patricia Watwood on 28 Jan 2015
    Filed under: oil painting, figure painting, how to paint, sketching, Art
  • Just another begginer looking for critique! :D

    Hi everyone! I must say that I'm not looking for anyone to tell me: Well, it's not too bad, I it's fine, keep it up! :D Nope, I need critiques. I know my drawings are terrible, so I would like to get some advices from people who know about this. I'm a 16 year old girl from Spain. I've...
    Posted to Beginners by Daniela75lm on 7 Sep 2014
  • I Need Art Advice

    After starting to get back into drawing I thought I'd post some videos on youtube to see what other people thought, I know it's not that good but I really wanted some advice on how to improve, however as I suspected, my channel hasn't really taken off with very few views in the couple of...
    Posted to Beginners by Bouy_ on 26 Jun 2014
  • See thru grid cards for analyzing your subject and finding compositions in the field.

    These credit card size grid cards are a convenient update on an old established artists method for comparatively measuring subjects and finding compositions in the field. They are up for pre-order on Kickstarter until July 6, to see them in action click HERE
    Posted to Drawing by Critter Steve on 13 Jun 2013
  • Kitchens and food a must see when traveling!

    Every kitchen is different yet we all find a certain comfort in them. Memories triggered by smell and taste -remembering feelings of warmth, love and caring moments. Another sketch in pen and ink done in the sketchbook that I use in my art class to share with my students. Being a public school art teacher...
    Posted to Member Gallery by Fahmikhan on 7 Nov 2012
    Filed under: drawing, pen & ink, sketchbook, sketching, art education
  • Manual labor still exits in its primitive form.

    Manual labor pull up with loads of brick and iron rods for making modern skyscrapers in a developing country, whilst still existing in past history! Quick pen sketches in sketchbook recording my travel this past summer to Bangladesh. I use these to teach about the different cultures to my students. More...
    Posted to Member Gallery by Fahmikhan on 7 Nov 2012
    Filed under: drawing, sketchbook, sketching, art education
  • Summer travels

    Went to Bangladesh this summer and did lots of sketching!
    Posted to Member Gallery by Fahmikhan on 7 Nov 2012
    Filed under: drawing, pen & ink, sketchbook, sketching
  • Re: Graphite- "Making of a leader"

    I have Parkinson's Disease and always seeking tips to improve (overcome) tremors in my hands while painting, drawing, sketching, etc. as I take plenty of Sinemet and Aricept for the conditions of Parkinson's. Due to cost of doctors and many other medications, my funds are limited when it comes...
    Posted to Drawing by Tremors on 19 Jul 2012
  • Anxiousness

    pictured an aged middle class man ,showed feeling of anxiety,apprehension,fear of life...what the world had provided you and ,now at this age, what will it provide!
    Posted to Drawing by Sohaj on 20 Apr 2012
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