Here are some day-to-day "nuts and bolts" painting tips for beginners.
To kick off #InkTober, here are some sketching and drawing tips from artist and author Grant Fuller.
You don't need a science degree or tons of experience to create beautiful flower paintings. All you need is the desire to play with color!
Improve your landscape art with these tips from Johannes Vloothuis. Today he discusses shape so that you can master drawing trees.
Colored pencil can create luminous effects and subtle hue shifts. Arlene Steinberg shows how to achieve these with an Icaraus Art heated drawing board.
A glazing tutorial from Kent Lovelace, who describes his process of monochromatic underpainting and glazing in color, using oil paint on a copper support.
Figure sketching with Vincent Giarrano as he shares a procedure for doing figure studies that work well for training your eye.
Whether you're a beginning artist or a veteran wanting to try a new medium, get started with these five fundamental guides to drawing and painting.
Experimenting with new painting mediums, even for a short period of time, can be fun and inspiring, and expand how you use your current medium once you return to it.
The theme, composition, light and form of Jeremy Lipking's exquisite oil paintings all rest on a firm foundation of preliminary drawings.
During the mapping out stage of a figure drawing, it's important to consider the small individual shapes you see and also how those shapes line up with other parts of the model. Vincent Giarrano, featured in the October 2011 issue of The Artist's Magazine, shares these tips for mapping out the...