A variety of works demonstrating your understanding of three dimensional design (unity/variety, balance, emphasis, contrast, rhythm, repetition, proportion/scale, occupied/unoccupied space, mass,...
Mosaic Grid Zendoodle Drawings
Katherine Cahoon Mosaic Grid Zendoodle drawing This lesson originally came from the Incredible Art Department, by Paul Zambos. http://incredibleart.org/lessons/middle/larry-valuegrid.htm. This process of this project took a very long time. If I were to do it again I would certainly do it in smaller scale, however I was 100% satisfied with the results. They may not have been as impressive on a smaller scale. Melissa Henderson Hannah S Racheal
How To Draw A Sugar Skull - Mexican Skull by Garbi KW
How To Draw A Sugar Skull - Mexican Skull by Garbi KWCómo dibujar una Catrina - Calavera mexicana - Dibujos sobre el día de los muertos por Garbi KWメキシコの頭骨 -...
How to Draw what you See: Techniques and Tips to Improve your Drawing Skills - EmptyEasel.com
Learn to draw and sketch with these easy drawing tips. Read step-by-step instructions (with pictures) explaining how to draw what you see. If you want to be able to draw realistically, these 12 drawing techniques will help improve your drawing skills.
How to Blend Colored Pencil Drawings with Rubbing Alcohol - EmptyEasel.com
By Carrie Lewis in Art Tutorials > Drawing Tips Rubbing alcohol is a great solvent for colored pencils. It breaks down the wax binder in most colored pencils and allows the pigments to blend more like paint. It’s also wonderful for restoring the paper’s tooth. When compared to other available solvents, it’s much less toxic and much more accessible. I use rubbing alcohol in three main ways:Quick announcement - EmptyEasel has created a quicker, easier way for artists to have their own […]
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CONTEMPORARY LIMITED EDITIONS are publishers of fine art limited edition prints and artworks by contemporary Australian and international artists. Artists include John Olsen, Martine Emdur, Matthew Johnson, George Byrne, Nicholas Harding, Julian Meagher, Tim Georgeson, Stephen Ormandy, Tim Summerton, Alan Jones.
Murals "big" in Bulgaria, apparently
So I'm going to be in a Bulgarian textbook on mural painting. How random is that? I received a surprising letter a few weeks ago from one Prof. Oleg Gochev, an artist, muralist, and professor at the National Art Academy in Sofia, Bulgaria. He, thru his amazingly polite assistant Milena Kardaleva, was asking for permission to use images of some murals I completed at North Drive Middle School in Hopkinsville, TN during 2001. As I had not featured these images on my site or focused on my murals…
Lesson #13 Tweaking and Refining Your Artwork
Last week we practiced perspective and shadows by painting overlapping pillows. This week we are going to review a few things. When you spend many hours on your artwork you begin to see it in a way that isn’t reality. You need fresh eyes and a new perspective. There are several ways to do this. One is to put your work away, take a break, and look at it again later (maybe a week later!). Another way is to have someone else look at it to give their opinion. You can also stand way back across…