Five tips from the latest issue of Drawing magazine, including suggestions for how to sketch on location and how to make your drawings three-dimensional.
Both magicians and artists entertain with illusions. While the magician uses smoke, mirrors and other props, the artist must rely on a flat two-dimensional surface to imply an illusion of visual depth and convince the viewer that a scene is three dimensional. One of the ways visual depth can be expressed is through linear...
Drawing and sketching play an important role in the work of artist John A. Parks, who recounts his early training and his approach to drawing.
A painting and drawing exhibition of Dutch masters at the National Gallery of Art is Drawing magazine's exhibition of the month for September 2016.
Preview "The Figure: The Best of Drawing," a special publication that looks at both contemporary and historical approaches to portrait and figure drawing.
Drawing magazine presents the special issue "The Figure: The Best of Drawing," with information on all aspects of the figure drawing process.
Tips for drawing people and faces from the editors of Drawing.
Several cat-centric shows of prints, drawings and sculpture at the Cincinnati Art Museum are Drawing magazine's exhibition of the month for August, 2016.
Enjoy a video preview of the summer 2016 issue of Drawing magazine, which includes a special report on artists' sketchbooks.
Drawing magazine talks with Alessandra Maria, who draws using charcoal, graphite, gold leaf, and other media on coffee-stained paper.
The summer 2016 issue of Drawing takes us through the world of sketchbooks and art journals, interviewing 11 artists to discover some of sketchbooks’ many uses, along with sketching techniques and sketching tools. Here we’re pleased to present an expanded selection of sketchbook drawings and paintings by these artists, along with advice about how...