Catherine P. O’Neill shares her watercolor techniques for pouring and lifting to create the effect of mist. Follow along step-by-step in this demonstration.
When we say pastel prompt in one color, we mean discover the power of monochrome. This exercise helps you see how color and value relate.
Patricia Schappler's graphite and collage work in bustling with unique style, and are painted faces of those in her life she loves.
Using simple drawing prompts mean your hand-eye skills get warmed up and your imagination gets "warmed up" too. Use our best exercises to start you off!
Tips from top colored pencil artists on the best tools, creating luminous drawings and utilizing unusual techniques to create vivid and compelling effects.
Artist Desmond O’Hagan shares his bold and direct approach to painting in this insightful oil demonstration.
Grab a pencil and get drawing with these four strategies to help creative thinking. Learn to exaggerate proportions, emphasize differences and more.
Neighborhood scenes have been the main focus of Nina Davidowitz’s artwork for nearly 15 years.
For several years, New York artist Colleen Blackard has been producing an interesting body of drawings that aren't quite like anything else.
Whether new to drawing or just want a fun technique to try, learn how to quickly draw a no-phone selfie, or a simple self-portrait, step-by-step.
Modern Oil Painting Needs an Old Master’s Boost: Glazing “Just as we can look deep within a ruby so can we look deep within a skillful glaze.” Powerful words from Michael Wilcox but he knows that of which he speaks–and delivers! The author of a gorgeous book simply titled, Glazing, Wilcox offered us this excerpt that gives...