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Drawing, Spring 2015

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This issue of Drawing focuses on the beauty and versatility of black-and-white drawing. We reveal the winners in our annual competition and look at artists who draw wildlife in graphite, landscapes in charcoal, and portraits in a variety of media.

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You'll love this issue of Drawing if you want to learn more about:

  • Ways you can be creative with black-and-white drawing tools
  • How to draw realistic feet
  • Gesture drawing and action lines

The spring 2015 issue of Drawing focuses on the beauty and versatility of black-and-white drawing. We reveal the winners in our annual competition of black-and-white work and also look at artists who draw wildlife in graphite, landscapes in charcoal, and portraits in a variety of media.

Highlights of the spring 2015 issue of Drawing include:

  • Winners of the 3rd Annual Shades of Gray competition
  • Pencil-drawing demonstration of rocks and wildlife
  • The basics of water-soluble graphite
  • Advice for how to draw the air and improve the atmosphere of your drawings
  • Quick guide to gesture drawings
  • Two demonstrations on drawing the feet

Each issue of Drawing provides working artists with information and inspiration regarding the foundation of all art: drawing. If you work with charcoal, graphite, pen, colored pencil, pastel, or any other drawing media, this is the magazine for you.

Feature Articles

Island Light

The charcoal landscapes of Emily Nelligan. By John A. Parks

Gray Matter

Presenting the winners of Drawing’s third annual Shades of Gray Competition.

By Austin R. Williams

Finding Rhythm and Gesture in Your Figures

An excerpt from the new book Figure Drawing Master Class. By Dan Gheno

Going Dark in Graphite

Terry Miller’s drawings of animals, farms and the rural world. By Michael Woodson

Drawing Fundamentals: The Foot

How to construct an often overlooked part of the figure. By Jon deMartin

Making Faces: Four Centuries of Portrait Drawing

Inside the collection of Paris’ illustrious École des Beaux-Arts. By John A. Parks

Columns

Material World: Water-Soluble Graphite

By Sherry Camhy

First Marks: Drawing the Air

By Margaret Davidson

New and Notable: Dane Patterson

By Michael Woodson

Watch a preview of the issue below!

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SKU DR1504
Product Type Magazine
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