Drawing white subjects can be a challenge. After all, the paper is already white. So, how do you draw something white on top of it?
Learn about Lee Hammond's 2014 art workshops, including drawing portraits, animal drawing, acrylic painting, colored pencil, and oil painting in Kansas.
Graphite pencils for drawing are not created equal. Read how Lee Hammond came to use a mechanical pencil for her graphite drawings, and which she prefers for blending.
Sometimes in life you get called by your inner voice to investigate other things. You can either stay put, in the comfort of “what already is,” or venture out into the great unknown. Thankfully, due to my publishers and this blog, I can take you along on the journey.
Lee Hammond addresses a common question: how do you become a police artist? Learn what unique qualities it takes to do composite drawings and forensic art.
Having a calling as an artist is a true gift. Your inner drive to create beautiful things is such an awesome feeling. But the ability to do good things in this world with your art is even better. Looking back over my career, I can honestly say that I've lived a full life, creating...
Artist Lee Hammond discusses ways to create accurate drawings, including using the grid method, a plumb line, and the controversial projector.
Read how one art student proved that "it's possible to have an awesome life, but it's up to ourselves to do it."
Have you ever received negative feedback or criticism of your art? Lee Hammond advises how to accept it and turn it around to your advantage.
Lee Hammond shares her tried-and-true way of keeping creativity within emotional reach so that you can overcome artist's block, no matter what's stopping you.
Artist Lee Hammond shares why "art can break your heart," as she takes you behind-the-scenes of the personal dedication pages of her instructional drawing books.