Announcing the 14 winning artists in Drawing's fifth annual Shades of Gray competition.
Exploring the history of mechanical pencils, their strengths and weaknesses, and why artists should give them a chance.
The work of Giambattista and Domenico Tiepolo are on display at the Eskenazi Museum of Art in Drawing magazine's exhibition of the month.
California artist Fred Dalkey discusses his process for creating luminous Conte drawings, as well as works in silverpoint.
Tips from top colored pencil artists on the best tools, creating luminous drawings and utilizing unusual techniques to create vivid and compelling effects.
Enjoy a video preview of Drawing's fall issue, which looks at a variety of approaches to the figure, mechanical pencils, shading and composition.
Drawing's fall 2016 issue presents several approaches to the human figure, plus articles on shading, mechanical pencils, composition, and more.
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.