In the June 2016 issue of The Artist’s Magazine we profile Amanda Penley, whose personal story compelled us as much as her subtle and absorbing digital art. A Harry Potter admirer through and through, Penley uses details from the books to recreate some of our favorite magical landmarks. Below is more about the artist, and a...
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Urban sketcher Marc Taro Holmes, who shares a step-by-step demonstration on urban sketching with watercolor.
Lori McNee offers art business advice to help you sell your art. Learn tips for working in a series here.