If you want to try your hand at creating fine art with crayons, here are a few pointers from artist Lee Hammond.
Drawing from life will help you develop as an artist, whether you choose to put your skills to the test out in nature or in your studio.
Thinking of selling your art through commissioned pieces? Lee Hammond has some general rules you should know.
Find the current schedule for art workshops with Lee Hammond here, including her classes on acrylic, graphite drawing, colored pencil and more.
Color Mixing & Celebrating Spring Happy St. Patrick’s Day! By all means, sip up the green beer, have green eggs and ham (blegh!), wear green (or, sometimes, orange), and pinch away at everyone who doesn’t play along, but for us artists this holiday means indulging the opportunity to celebrate the earthy,...
Our photo reference gives us all the information we really need but often we lack the focus to truly analyze it properly. Here are some tips.
This is a time when we all declare to make some changes with New Year’s Resolutions. The turning of the calendar page to whole new year signifies a beginning and a clean slate to play with. An artist, however, may have a different looking list of resolutions than the average individual. Usually,...
Tips for successful portraits: Lee Hammond explains what to avoid when using a photo reference for painting people and pets.
Learn how you can use colored pencil and pastel together for drawing realistic birds and butterflies.
In this inspiring blog post, artist and author Lee Hammond explains why we make art, and why it might be the greatest thing one can do.
Artist Lee Hammond explains how to draw a rose with graphite in this free mini-lesson on flower drawing for beginners.