As an artist, you will confront artist's block. You have to work through it to become a better artist. Artists who persevere are artists who will succeed.
Expert art teacher, Lee Hammond, gives you two tips to create more realistic, vivid works of art. Learn two tips to build up layers in acrylic.
Lee Hammond returns to her home town to do a book signing of her newest book, Drawing Realistic Clothing and People.
How do you create depth in art? Lee Hammond has the answers for portraying distance in landscape drawings and paintings.
Recently I had the pleasure of teaching a class on “Drawing Animals in Nature” in graphite. It’s a popular class I based on one of my most recent books by the same name. I teach not only how to draw animals, but also how to draw them in their natural environments. This includes backgrounds and the elements of...
Last week I had the honor of being appointed Artist in Residence for the Rookery Bay Research Reserve. What started out four years ago as a “please let me rent a room to teach” request, has become a full program that I can develop.
Lee Hammond identifies barriers every art student must overcome to achieve their next level of artistic success. Lee sheds light on the barriers in hopes students will overcome them with more artistic awareness.
Do you think it's challenging to draw clothing and fabric? Lee Hammond has the answers you're looking for.
Question: “I draw and paint but also work full time. I want to make more time for art and also get out of this artist's block that I seem to have been in. I think fear of failure is holding me back. Can you give me any tips on what to do to break...
“Why are drawing eyeglasses so darned hard? What am I doing wrong?” This is a common dilemma. I’ve seen it a million times ... a beautiful portrait fails miserably because the subject of the drawing is wearing eyeglasses. Often, the face looks good, and the glasses look like a cartoon.
Drawing with crayons as an adult is much more difficult, and the reason is twofold. Crayon art involves more than meets the eye - see how here.