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T&T Thursday!

20 hours ago   |   Urban Sketchers Chicago

Sharpening the Mind's Eye By Barbara Weeks Photo Flip Let's face it almost all drawing is, in a way, memory drawing. Whether it's a past vacation vista or the second it takes...
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COMIC STRIPS OF THE 1960s, part 4: TALES OF THE GREEN BERET

1 day ago   |   Illustration Art

Comic pages of the 1960s contained a rich variety of drawing styles by some of the top pen and ink artists of their day. Among those artists, none was a more fearless inker...
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David Byrne, the Artist, Is Totally Connected

1 day ago   |   NY Times

There's a new gallery show and book of his whimsical line drawings - and coming this summer, an immersive art-and-science experience.
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COMIC STRIPS OF THE 1960S, part 3: BIG BEN BOLT

2 days ago   |   Illustration Art

A cartoonist who really cares about drawing can turn a throwaway background scene of a random apartment window into a handsome, observant picture. Note that even the word...
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Fred Moore Kids

3 days ago   |   Andreas Deja

Everything that Fred Moore drew had appeal and charm. When he started at Disney in 1930 he was just perfect for the studio, and the studio was perfect for him. Here was this...
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Drawing of a Young Girl - original oil pastel portrait

4 days ago   |   Hackberry Street Studio

I did this on Judson's Guerilla Carton Board. Carton needs an accent mark, but I will have to wait till later - it's late and I'm sleepy and don't remember how to do it on my...
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4625 drawing

5 days ago   |   Lisa Daria

Still lie, acrylic, 6" x 6" $100
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Between Drawing and Word: Getting to Know spbr arquitetos' Work

Between Drawing and Word: Getting to Know spbr arquitetos' Work

7 days ago   |   Arch Daily

Casa de fim de semana em São Paulo / spbr arquitetos | ArchDaily Brasil. Image © Nelson Kon Founded by the architect and professor Angelo Bucci, spbr arquitetos works in...
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Wacky Reference Wednesdays, No. 413

7 days ago   |   Paolo Rivera

This detail from my Justice League: Classic print features a flexing Plastic Man. He was probably the fastest to paint: no feet, not much clothing, and if the drawing was...
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Tangled - original oil pastel portrait

8 days ago   |   Hackberry Street Studio

This piece is one that I did on Strathmore acrylic paper using black acrylic paint and drawing/painting over it with oil pastel. This is so rewarding for me - it looks like the...
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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 ...

Batman by P G Wodehouse

Batman by P G Wodehouse

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Sketch o'the Week- Bob Saget!

Like so many people, we in the Richmond household were sad to hear of the passing of actor and comedian Bob Saget. Bob is kind of a superstar around here because my oldest... Read more ...

T&T Thursday!

Sharpening the Mind's Eye By Barbara Weeks Photo Flip Let's face it almost all drawing is, in a way, memory drawing. Whether it's a past vacation vista or the second it takes... Read more ...

COMIC STRIPS OF THE 1960s, part 4: TALES OF THE GREEN BERET

Comic pages of the 1960s contained a rich variety of drawing styles by some of the top pen and ink artists of their day. Among those artists, none was a more fearless inker... Read more ...

A shady past

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Mock Woodcut

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David Byrne, the Artist, Is Totally Connected

There's a new gallery show and book of his whimsical line drawings - and coming this summer, an immersive art-and-science experience. Read more ...

The Gatekeeper

The Gatekeeper

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