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Precise pencil drawing by Aiste Stancikaite, a Lithuanian born

11 days ago   |   Cross Connect Magazine

Precise pencil drawing by Aiste Stancikaite, a Lithuanian born artist currently based in Berlin. Follow CrossConnectMag for more
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PORTRAIT DRAWING Practical Tips

PORTRAIT DRAWING Practical Tips

18 days ago   |   Nora MacPhail

CLICK PAYPAL BUTTON TO PAY PORTRAIT DRAWING Practical TipsSATURDAY FEB. 27 '2111am - 2pm EST$55 CADIf you're from the US, PayPal will convert to US Dollars for you. 😀 In this...
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Quirky Illustrations by Christoph Niemann Reinterpret Household Objects in Clever Contexts

Quirky Illustrations by Christoph Niemann Reinterpret Household Objects in Clever Contexts

21 days ago   |   Colossal

All images © Christoph Niemann, shared with permission For Christoph Niemann , all it takes is a halved apple or pliers lying around his studio to spur a quirky drawing...
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Sunday Mailbag- How Long Does It Take?

23 days ago   |   Tom Richmond

Q: Looking at your regular caricatures, how long would it normally take to do a single pencil caricature? A: Ah, the age old question. The answer is always: that depends. Live...
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Printing a Collagraph with Full Color Using a la Poupee

Printing a Collagraph with Full Color Using a la Poupee

1 month ago   |   Belinda del Pesco

This is a post from Belinda Del Pesco's Art Blog Belinda Del Pesco . Print a Collagraph Using a la Poupee for Full Color This is a mat board collagraph , printed in full color...
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Green and Blue Glass Objects Process

Green and Blue Glass Objects Process

1 month ago   |   Robin Rosenthal's Paintings

I thought it would be fun to show you my process. Set up Pencil drawing Small test painting Sketching it onto a 20 x 16 in. canvas Green mixes Blue mixes Finished painting
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Trimmed in Gold, Ceramic Vessels by Artist Yurim Gough Challenge Notions of Gender

Trimmed in Gold, Ceramic Vessels by Artist Yurim Gough Challenge Notions of Gender

1 month ago   |   Colossal

All images courtesy of Paradigm Gallery, shared with permission Through nine ceramic bowls, Yurim Gough untangles the complex narratives surrounding performance, appearance...
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Hello Mr. President!

1 month ago   |   Tom Richmond

Back in early 2015 I was in my final few months as president of the National Cartoonists Society, and planning my last “Reuben Award Weekend” to take place in Washington DC in...
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Krista on Black Paper - original oil pastel portrait

Krista on Black Paper - original oil pastel portrait

1 month ago   |   Hackberry Street Studio

Strathmore's black mixed media paper is such a perfect support for oil pastel, which is what I used for this piece. Drawing a model seated in a chair while I was perched on a...
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Around the Block: David Zinn's Quirky Chalk Cartoons Spring to Life in a New Short Film

1 month ago   |   Colossal

 If you've walked the streets of Ann Arbor, Michigan, in the last few decades, you've probably spotted the wide-eyed monsters and mischievous dragons of David Zinn. Since...
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Emma Elliott presents new marble sculptures at on form 18

Emma Elliott presents new marble sculptures at on form 18

Emma Elliott is one of forty sculptors selected for on form 18, a biennial exhibition of sculpture in stone at Asthall Manor in the Cotswolds. She joins world renowned and... Read more ...

Covid-19: 2, SDCC: 0

Yesterday Comic-Con International made the not very surprising announcement that the 2021 San Diego Comic-Con was not going to take place in July as an in-person event, but... Read more ...

MADness 15- Spider-Man!

We continue our Monday MADness chronological crawl through my work for MAD with a look at my 15th appearance in the magazine, and my first “Superhero” movie parody. This is a... Read more ...

Saved by A Piece of Charcoal

Saved by A Piece of Charcoal

Filippo Lippi (1406-1469) and a few of his friends took to sea in a boat from Italy, but "they were all caught by the Moors who ranged about those coasts, and taken into... Read more ...

Type Seventeen

Type Seventeen

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More Norris

More Norris

Saturday Leftover Day. For this weekend I prepared some more of my Jungle Jim Sundays. But I forgot to post them. So here, two days late, is more of Paul Norris' progression on... Read more ...

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I finally managed to put some sketches together :) Read more ...

Francis Towne - part 7

Francis Towne - part 7

Francis Towne (1739 - 1816) was born in Isleworth, Middlesex. In 1752 he was apprenticed to a leading coach painter in London, Thomas Brookshead. In 1759 he won a design prize... Read more ...

Drawing Attention March 2021

Drawing Attention March 2021

Drawing Attention March 2021 Remember to select FULL SCREEN. To read Drawing Attention as a scrollable pdf, Read more ...

What Does a Butterfly Have to do with Composition?

What Does a Butterfly Have to do with Composition?

'Winter Wildflowers' 8x10 pastel ©Karen Margulis available $250 I haven't been able to paint as much as I would like lately. We went on a camping trip and stumbled on another... Read more ...

Mark Webster - Abstract Geometric Cape Town Coast with Palm Tree Oil Painting

Mark Webster - Abstract Geometric Cape Town Coast with Palm Tree Oil Painting

Mark Webster - Abstract Geometric Cape Town Coast with Palm Tree Oil Painting. 9x12" Oil on Canvas Panel. Check Availability MarkAdamWebster.com Read more ...