Colored pencil can create luminous effects and subtle hue shifts. Arlene Steinberg shows how to achieve these with an Icaraus Art heated drawing board.
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Fall trees and their changing leaves are some of the most inspiring images for landscape artists. Here are 7 autumnal trees to keep you warm!
Top artists share advice about drawing materials, the best erasers, using frisket, how to get started in printmaking, and more.
Should pastels be blended, left unblended or be some combination of both? One renowned pastelist weighs in with his expertise and tips.
A glazing tutorial from Kent Lovelace, who describes his process of monochromatic underpainting and glazing in color, using oil paint on a copper support.
Artist Oliver Pyle shares his top five tips for painting atmosphere in watercolor landscapes, from getting to know your subject to mastering your technique.
Figure sketching with Vincent Giarrano as he shares a procedure for doing figure studies that work well for training your eye.
These four techniques take away the intimidation factor of drawing so you can learn to love your imperfections and start having fun.
The life of a city and its people is often the life of its bridges. New York bridges have fascinated artist Antonio Masi for years. Take a look.
Experimenting with new painting mediums, even for a short period of time, can be fun and inspiring, and expand how you use your current medium once you return to it.