Join the #InkTober daily drawing challenge with us! It's easy - make a habit of drawing art. Sketches, doodle art, quick studies - anything goes!
While some artists prefer to keep their Zentangle art in its purest form of black-and-white drawings, others like to spice it up with color. That’s where Tiffany Lovering comes in with advice for using oil pastels or markers--yes, markers!--to blend color for new effects.
To kick off #InkTober, here are some sketching and drawing tips from artist and author Grant Fuller.
While drawing and painting, David N. Kitler uses cellophane and paper to mask certain areas of his work.
Richard Robinson explains how to improve your still life painting practices with an exercise on light.
October has a special meaning for those of us who like to draw: #InkTober! Allow me to explain this awesome trend started by Jake Parker.
Learn how to paint a portrait with multiple subjects in this guest blog post from Luana Luconi Winner, a featured ArtistsNetwork.tv instructor.
G’day mates! While we’ve introduced to you artists and techniques from all over the U.S., it’s always a thrill to go international and feature exciting things going on in the art world in Europe, China, and today, Australia. If you haven’t heard of it yet, allow me to introduce you to a hugely popular...
“No more paughtraits," John Singer Sargent once famously announced. "I abhor and abjure them and hope never to do another, especially of the upper classes." Read more...
Paying attention to the design of your art composition is crucial for a successful painting. Read this excerpt from "Design-Driven" in The Artist’s Magazine.
It’s no surprise that a rainy downtown area begs to be painted. The contrast of headlights and streetlamps, the reflections of sky on pavement and the hurried pace of those trying to avoid getting soaked--Mike Barr’s "Late Rain" exemplifies this and more.