As an artist, you care about your materials. But do you know what goes into the making of the very best paints?
From brilliant colors to long-lasting cap-off times, STABILO products allow artists to let loose, get creative and have some fun when making art.
MS Paint may have been just an after school delight for those of us who grew up in the 90s, but one artist managed to make it her medium of choice.
Want to know how easy it is to make your own paint? In this tutorial, you'll learn all you need to know, plus step-by-step photos to help get you started!
Here's a sneak peek inside the pages of Outdoor Artist, with insightful tips from renowned artist Richard McKinley on the best plein air setup.
To a large extent, the success of the presentation of your paintings and drawings literally hangs on the hardware you choose. A little knowledge could save your art!
Exploring the history of mechanical pencils, their strengths and weaknesses, and why artists should give them a chance.
A Guest Post by Cassia Cogger “Knowledge is power. Information is liberating.” —Kofi Annan How does watercolor differ from gouache? What are their individual characteristics, and how might each best be applied to a mixed-media art practice? These very questions got me thinking, I wonder what would happen if I painted...
Love to draw? Check out these DIY sketchbooks from Drawing magazine, and see how you can have a chance to win a set of colored pencils!
Acrylic can be painted on just about any support. Select among the many choices in this section for convenience, longevity and aesthetics.
Until this week, I’d never have guessed transfer paper would open up so many possibilities for creative play. In her book, Hello Happiness, Kim Geiser shares several techniques for taking an illustration on paper and transferring it onto a variety of surfaces including fabric and art canvas. Because Hello Happiness is...