I’ve always been intrigued by nature’s intricate details. It’s this complexity—combined with the subtleties of mood and environment—that I attempt to capture in my drawings and paintings. I tend to travel to where my subjects live so I can observe their behaviors and interactions within their natural habitats. While on location, I...
Colored pencil artist Diane Edison brings us face-to-face with the men and women who mean the most to her. See her powerful and person portraits here.
This Inktober, take your creativity to the next level by using pens made from scratch! We show you how in these six easy-to-follow steps!
Discover six abstract painting prompts to get you started in the studio after time away or if you are up against some creative block.
Hyperrealistic art meets colored pencil in our October Artist of the Month profile, Jesse Lane. Learn more about him and his emotional portraits here.
Learn about the benefits of the five traditional processes of intaglio: engraving, etching, drypoint, aquatint and mezzotint.
Improve your landscape art with these tips from Johannes Vloothuis. Today he discusses shape so that you can master drawing trees.
Figure sketching with Vincent Giarrano as he shares a procedure for doing figure studies that work well for training your eye.
During the mapping out stage of a figure drawing, it's important to consider the small individual shapes you see and also how those shapes line up with other parts of the model. Vincent Giarrano, featured in the October 2011 issue of The Artist's Magazine, shares these tips for mapping out the...
Ballpoint pen art is in the middle of a creative boom. Here is a closer look at three artists on the forefront of this drawing style.
Advice on how to draw facial expressions including happiness, sadness and surprise.