Don’t let the title fool you; even if you’re experienced with this medium, you may learn something new.
While drawing and painting, David N. Kitler uses cellophane and paper to mask certain areas of his work.
Animal Drawing Techniques If you’re like me, you probably drew your first cat or dog by the time you were just a few years old. Granted, it might not have actually looked like your favorite feline (mine tended to have 6 legs), but cats are such a prevalent subject in doodles, art and literature...
If you love everything about art, including learning new styles, looking at the work of others, and being inspired by the enthusiasm of other artists, then I have the book for you. Jean Haines’ World of Watercolor has all of the above, and more.
Jon Shaw's current work, created with STAEDTLER pens and art markers, examines the decaying urban landscape of the city’s less-celebrated environments.
Gregory Halili paints watercolor cityscapes, portraits and butterflies with plenty of detail, but on a miniature scale—sometimes as tiny as 1-1/2x2 inches.
Love Downton Abbey and love art? Then you MUST see this charming digital art by Kim Parkhurst.
Linda Kemp shares a watercolor painting step-by-step in this free painting lesson. Learn negative painting techniques, and how to paint Koi fish abstractly.
What does it take if you want to learn how to draw animals? Here’s a little sneak preview of Michael Dumas's advice for sketching animals.
Both timeless and now nostalgic, "What To Draw and How To Draw It" has helped countless beginners learn drawing basics, such as how to use simple lines to make animal shapes and more.
Rick Pas specializes in painting nature and wildlife, but his focus is on the abstract patterns and textures visible in nature, such as in the veins of a leaf or the tracery on a moth’s wing