Announcing the 14 winning artists in Drawing's fifth annual Shades of Gray competition.
From rocks, mountains and trees, to rushing and still water, you'll love these achievable landscape pencil drawing lessons from favorite art instructor, Claudia Nice!
Exploring the history of mechanical pencils, their strengths and weaknesses, and why artists should give them a chance.
Whether you emphasize line or value in your drawings (or both), applying some fundamental drawing strategies to your process will help you enrich your drawing skills and improve your results. Leading figurative artist Jon deMartin offers some tips and tricks you can use regardless of subject or medium… Choosing Your Orientation Before you begin drawing, you...
The work of Giambattista and Domenico Tiepolo are on display at the Eskenazi Museum of Art in Drawing magazine's exhibition of the month.
California artist Fred Dalkey discusses his process for creating luminous Conte drawings, as well as works in silverpoint.
Observational sketching in charcoal is the means by which watercolorist Yael Maimon captures the lifelike feline gestures seen in her watercolors. Using a mixture of gestural lines and tonal masses, Maimon is able to imply a narrative and situate the cat subjects in an illusionistic pictorial space. Because charcoal is a versatile medium, it’s...
Andrew Conklin shares how he paints a figure in five steps with oil, using inspiration from Motion Capture studios and their active models.
Alain Picard, author of 'Beginning Drawing,' is here to tell you about four drawing habits that are proven to bring artistic success.
Tips from top colored pencil artists on the best tools, creating luminous drawings and utilizing unusual techniques to create vivid and compelling effects.
I love to travel. I get the itch every few months to go out and explore. Then the planning begins! Planning a trip just ramps up the anticipation of what I’m going to see. Anyone else both love and hate the countdown clock for a vacation? So close to leaving but yet so far!...