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Sunday Mailbag: MAD Caricatures?

3 hours ago   |   Tom Richmond

Q: Do you think about caricatures differently when you are working on a MAD parody with multiple faces, as compared with caricaturing a single face. For example, do you...
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The Illustrator's School

The Illustrator's School

7 hours ago   |   The Fabuleous Fifties

Sunday Additional Material day. I have shared some selfmade scans of Stan Drake's illustration work for Bluebook in the early fifties, just before he started The Heart of...
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Contemporary Abstract Mixed Media Painting, Patina "MAGNIFICENT METALS" by Arizona Artist Pat Stacy

Contemporary Abstract Mixed Media Painting, Patina "MAGNIFICENT METALS" by Arizona Artist Pat Stacy

2 days ago   |   Daily Painters Abstract

This piece is painted with metal acrylic and patina, embellished with fineline work and pastels on canvas. It has a great deal of texture, and is an impressive piece of work...
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Illustration Throwback Thursday: Teen Sci Fi!

3 days ago   |   Tom Richmond

This was a job I did for the School Library Journal back in 2008, illustrating a story about popular teen science fiction literature from years ago compared to modern work. I...
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Time to Paint Some Rocks!

Time to Paint Some Rocks!

4 days ago   |   Kem Studios

'Summer in Ireland II' 12x18 pastel ©Karen Margulis available $195 The focus of the month is rocks! Rocks in the landscape and rocks in the water. Rocky cliffs and rock walls...
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Monday MADness: MAD 14!

5 days ago   |   Tom Richmond

MAD 14, the Al Jaffee tribute issue, dropped last week... if you can find a place to buy it that is. Almost all the material inside is either reprinted work done by Al, written...
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Three Reasons to Paint a Series

Three Reasons to Paint a Series

6 days ago   |   Kem Studios

'Wild Sunset' 9x12 pastel ©Karen Margulis available $175 It happened every time I did this. A collective groan would come from my students when I told them we would be painting...
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How Will Digitalization and Remote Construction Change our Habits as Architects?

How Will Digitalization and Remote Construction Change our Habits as Architects?

6 days ago   |   Arch Daily

Spring City 66. Image© Ai Qing, courtesy of KPF Architects don't make buildings. Architects make drawings of buildings. But of course, someone has to make the building. The...
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Sinuous Snakes, Insects, and Florals Intertwine in Graphite Illustrations by Zoe Keller

Sinuous Snakes, Insects, and Florals Intertwine in Graphite Illustrations by Zoe Keller

7 days ago   |   Colossal

“Where We Once Lived II,” copper belly water snake, graphite on paper, 14 x 14 inches. All images © Zoe Keller, shared with permission Through a winding series of delicate...
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A CONVERSATION WITH RALPH STEADMAN

A CONVERSATION WITH RALPH STEADMAN

8 days ago   |   Illustration Art

This morning I had an illuminating chat with the legendary illustrator / cartoonist Ralph Steadman. Fifty years ago Steadman became famous for his scandalous political drawings...
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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 ...

My First Look at LuxArchival Pastel Paper

My First Look at LuxArchival Pastel Paper

'As Far as the Eye Can See' 8x10 pastel ©Karen Margulis available $165 I was excited to get my recent order of goodies form Dakota. I had a gift certificate burning a hole in... Read more ...

The Illustrator's School

The Illustrator's School

Sunday Additional Material day. I have shared some selfmade scans of Stan Drake's illustration work for Bluebook in the early fifties, just before he started The Heart of... Read more ...

Japanese Irises

Japanese Irises

Japanese Irises Watercolor on Watercolor Paper, 140 lb, 16" x 20" Available at $100, includes shipping. This one is larger. And I tried a new technique. I first drew the irises... Read more ...

Something Afoot

Something Afoot

Saturday Leftover Day. In the latest issue of the Dutch Quarterly StripGlossy Fred de Heij and I have a new episode of our Victorian detective series Fflint. Can you see what... Read more ...

Scam, Egg, Bacon and Scam

Scam, Egg, Bacon and Scam

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Haven't posted a Popeye for a couple of weeks

Haven't posted a Popeye for a couple of weeks

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A thank you before I forget all about it

A thank you before I forget all about it

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The Secret to Painting Delicious Food! Watermelon Demo Video

The Secret to Painting Delicious Food! Watermelon Demo Video

'Summerlicous' 8x10 pastel ©Karen Margulis available $165 We have been eating a lot of watermelon this summer. It is the favorite food of our granddaughter so we always have... Read more ...

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Sunday Mailbag: MAD Caricatures?

Q: Do you think about caricatures differently when you are working on a MAD parody with multiple faces, as compared with caricaturing a single face. For example, do you... Read more ...