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Figure Drawing: How to draw hands - RealismToday.com

Drawing the Figure: Heads, Hands, and Feet

Drawing heads, hands, and feet often intimidates new artists. In this excerpt from “Figure Drawing Atelier,” Juliette Aristides shares sketches that will help you both simplify the process and inspire you to practice.
Portrait Drawing Advice - RealismToday.com

Watch: Expert Portrait Drawing Tip

In this four-minute video, artist Joshua LaRock shares some of his advice for drawing portraits with a model.
Step-by-Step Portrait Drawing: The Power of Line and Light

Step-by-Step Portrait Drawing: The Power of Line and Light

One line, narrowing from thick to thin, can control the weight, movement, and emotion within a composition. See how in this step-by-step portrait drawing demonstration from Jeremy Caniglia.
Figurative art and portraits - ArtistsOnArt.com

Drawing Portraits and the Challenge of Sanguine Chalk

A Figurative Art Convention & Expo scholarship recipient shares her work, her personal path through drawing portraits, and more, in this exclusive Q&A.
Drawing and anatomy

Figure Drawing Basics: Dan Thompson on Drawing Cadavers

“While cadavers lack the characteristic of gesture, there is a nearly fantastical appreciation of the form sense, layer by layer,” Thompson says. “The study of the threading and composition of human form is an inexhaustible source of learning.”
Drawing with charcoal - ArtistsOnArt.com

Pushing Shadows to Create Drama: Charcoal Figure Drawings

View charcoal figure drawings by Stephanie Amato, whose work is strong in both concept and design.
Realism landscapes - Joseph McGurl, "Lifting Fog, Cadillac Mountain," 36 x 60 inches, Oil on canvas

Realism Without Photography

Joseph McGurl doesn't use photo references; why he works from "my observations, memory and imagination."
"Serious Business at Cadboro Bay" (oil, 16 x 20 in.) by Renee Butler, won the "Best Figure and Portrait" category for the May 2021 Plein Air Salon

Serious Business at Cadboro Bay

Congratulations to Renee Brettler, whose work has been recognized in the monthly Plein Air Salon.
How to paint art - "The Caddy" by Lyn Boyer

Did You Land on Earth With Natural Ability to Draw?

If someone said to you, “I’m not talented enough to paint,” what would your response be? We posed this question to Lyn Boyer, and here's what she had to say...
Lynn Sanguedolce in the art studio

A Peek Inside an Itinerant Artist’s Toolbox

How one artist shed self-imposed limitations and gathered experiences as tools: "It was important to shed those skins, put my ego on a shelf—however painful and humbling the process—and open up to what else I might learn."

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