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Curiosity and Kaizen: Graphite Drawings by Milno
Achieving a soft look in Milno's graphite drawings involves "commitment, lots of experimentation, and yes ... the use of unusual tools and materials."
Vine Charcoal Drawings by Oliver Sin
"Portraiture, which I constantly practice as an art professor and as a hobby, is my favorite form of expression," says Oliver Sin. View some of his award-winning drawings, including a "Time Magazine" cover portrait, here.
Empathy and Emphasis: Thoughts on Life Drawing
Too many artists are caught in drawing from life as a one-way street towards surface description. Here's a look at the complexity of life drawing.
15-Minute Sketch: Drawing Cars in Cityscapes
Get out your sketchbook and favorite drawing utensil for this montage of vehicles.
Drawings Done in Realism Style of Art
Browse a variety of realism drawings in the following free articles from artists who have mastered the practice of creating figurative art. Accelerate your art by studying from the finest artists in the world. Realism...
Drawing as a Way of Seeing
"My creative process is inherently about labor, and against the modern backdrop of instant, image-driven gratification, I have found the physical process involved in the painstaking, craft-driven rendering of a subject or a moment to be ever more important."
On Drawing Pet Portraits
When a memorial dog portrait by James Thomas brought the dog's owners to tears, he saw how powerful his tributes could be. Since then, he ...
Shades of Blue: Drawings, Watercolors, and Works on Paper
“Shades of Blue” is revival of a drawing show, titled (appropriately enough) “Blue Drawings” which was first exhibited at Portraits, Inc. in June 2015 at their New York City gallery. Curated by Michael Gormley...
Drawing with Expression, Not Expectation
If you sketch often and don't feel too precious about the outcome, you can allow yourself to stop at whatever moment you like the drawing best, no matter the level of completion.
On Drawing Harbingers of Seasonal Change
How do you capture the nature of birds in flight and at rest? Michael Dumas shares both his inspiration and his process for his winning work, "Fox Sparrow Study."