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  • 3 Life Drawing Tips

    I have a painter-friend who is gearing up to do a major work with figures, but she feels a bit rusty about painting a model in all his or her glory. To help prepare herself, she's set up a series of life-drawing sessions so that she can spend a bit of time drawing models before tackling her actual...
    Posted to Artist Daily by Courtney Jordan on 21 Oct 2014
    Filed under: figure drawing, life drawing, sketching, Pastel, How to Draw People, Drawing Basics, Art
  • Our eBook on Mixed Media Painting Techniques Has Arrived!

    Intimate Gathering by Russell Irwin, 2002, acrylic and torn paper on board, 48 x 60. When I was flipping through my archives for mixed media art inspiration, I was prepared to do some pretty extensive digging. I assumed that most artists tend to silo themselves in their media-specific practices and don't...
    Posted to Artist Daily by Courtney Jordan on 9 Oct 2014
    Filed under: How To Paint, landscape painting, Mixed Media, sketching, Pastel, Art
  • He Makes Scribbling Seem Worthwhile

    Some artists, you love what they draw. But with every landscape drawing of Georges Seurat, it is the way that he draws that makes all the difference. Take any of his sketches and chances are it is fairly simple in composition. There are very few elements in the drawings and usually they all add up to...
    Posted to Artist Daily by Courtney Jordan on 23 Sep 2014
    Filed under: Drawing, how to draw, sketching, Drawing Basics, Landscape Drawing
  • Looking Without Getting Lost

    Lea Colie Wight drawing of a seated female. I am sure I have said this before, but it's true and deserves repeating. Watching great artists at work can be so instructive, especially if they follow a general process of work. Lea Colie Wight does exactly that; she draws in a way that organizes the...
    Posted to The Drawing Blog by judith St. Ledger - Roty on 22 Sep 2014
    Filed under: Drawing Basics, pastel, figure drawing, how to draw people, sketching
  • 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
  • He's So Sketchy

    But in the very best way! When I was trolling for artists who draw like they paint and vice versa, Giovanni Boldini immediately came to mind. His mark making is a tour de force, no matter if he is working in oils, pastels, or when charcoal painting. Spanish Dancer at the Moulin Rouge by Giovanni Boldini...
    Posted to Artist Daily by Courtney Jordan on 31 Aug 2014
    Filed under: How To Paint, Mixed Media, sketching, Oil Painting, Pastel, Drawing Basics, Charcoal Drawing, Art
  • 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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