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Truly Inspired Traditional Black and White Drawings Many people think that the tradition artwork will die in the time of digital life. Actually, the digital art is just another trend of the art development through the history. Unlike the digital computer arts, the traditional pencils and colors give you a physical sense of the artwork that you can touch and walk around. Still Life Drawing Lessons : How to Draw Still Live Objects with Step by Step Tutorials for Photo-Realistic Art, Cartoons Adding Dark Tones for a Still Life Drawing Video Tutorial Areas in your still life for adding dark tones and how to achieve darkness with a pencil on coquille paper; learn tips, tricks and more for creating great still life drawings in this free online art lesson on video taught by David A. Clemen. Art Made Easy : Drawing a Still Life A still life is a picture, painting, or photo of an object or group of objects arranged together.

How To Draw The Human Head This is a personal collection of mine collected over the web, unfortunately I don’t know which are the authors of these works, so if somebody knows I’m going to be really happy to give the credits to them. Hope to enjoy it. Never stop practice. Andrew Loomis, from the Book “How to Draw the Head and Hands” 10 poses of the head Awesome Pencil Drawings From Students Notebooks Awesome Pencil Drawings From Students Notebooks Posted on 28 June 2010 Crni When I was in high school I was pretty bored on the most of the lessons I had to attend, especially maths and physics. So, I used to scrible different objects in my notebook and at the end of the year my notebook looked like true piece of artwork.

Harry Clarke's Haunting 1919 Illustrations for Edgar Allan Poe's Tales of Mystery and Imagination by Maria Popova Artful Edwardian-era erotica at the intersection of the whimsical and the macabre. Somewhere between Henry Holiday’s weird paintings for Lewis Carroll and Edward Gorey’s delightfully grim alphabet fall Harry Clarke‘s hauntingly beautiful and beautifully haunting 1919 illustrations for Edgar Allan Poe’s Tales of Mystery and Imagination — a collection of 29 of Poe’s tales of the magical and the macabre. So lavish was the artwork that a copy of the “deluxe” Clarke-illustrated edition went for 5 guineas in 1919, or about $300 in today’s money. The book, an epic volume of 480 pages, was eventually reprinted by Calla Editions in 2008, and is now available for the much more reasonable $27, or free with a trip to your local public library. Eerie and erotic, Clarke’s illustrations bring his Edwardian-era aesthetic and early Art Nouveau influences to the post-Victorian liberated fascination with sensuality.

19 More Amazing Paintings, Not Photos Easily one of the most popular posts on theMET to date is 19 Amazing Paintings, Not Photos. Over 200,000 people have visited this one page alone and just when we think it has reached its full potential, and breathed its last breathe, it comes raging back. Now that it's almost a full 10 months to the day of this post, I thought I would update it with some new and exciting work. While some are brand new oil paintings created this year by artists we know and love, still others are from new artists we have yet explored. Take a look, below, you'll see how each artist has their own, unique style. Whether it's Italian realist painter, Luigi Benedicenti, making our mouths water with his glazed desserts or Eric Zener making us long for a cool dip on this hot summer day, one thing is certain.

Beyond Drawing: Creative Colored Pencil Art & Sculpture From a very first look at these wonderfully detailed colored pencil sculptures by Jennifer Maestre, it should come as no surprise that her artwork was initially inspired by spiny sea urchins – beautiful be dangerous to the touch. For each sculpture, Jennifer hacks apart hundreds of colored pencils, cores them perpendicular to their length and turns them into beads, essentially, which she then meticulously stitches back together and slowly shapes into solid sculptures. Though her beginnings were with creatures of the water, Jennifer quickly expanded her subject matter to cover other organic objects – from plants and flowers to house pets and more abstract animals.

People - Gallery of Commissioned Portraits of People Hoodie8x10 inchesColoured pencil on drafting film Grandpa Elliott10x16 inchesColoured pencil on black mat board Joy8x11 inchesColoured pencil and solvent on Pastelmat Collage art & Illustrations by Sammy Slabbinck “ Day 5 / Arrival at base camp “ © Sammy Slabbinck 2016 500 years Utopia. Anniversary of Thomas More’s Utopia , a video made for CANVAS TV “ Reaching for the sky just to surrender “ ( L. Cohen )

Art and stuff Tutorials Stars Tutorial: There's a lot of manual labor in store here (if moving a pen a round in a repetitive motion can be called that) but also a bunch of tips and tricks how to both speed up the process of drawing a sky full of stars and how to make it all look so much fancier. Water Tutorial: Contains three different tutorials consisting of five simple steps each: how to draw flowing water, rain and surface reflections. For using the tutorial it is recommended that you already are at least moderately familiar with the digital art program of your choice, as this tutorial does not provide any specific information on tool or program settings. But all you really need to know is how to use a a regular paint brush with adjustable transparency- and softness-settings, a smudge brush and layers.

artwork by lawrence yang *UPDATE* - I've been working on a new site so haven't been keeping this up to date -- in the meantime if you'd like to see my latest work, please find me on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram. And as always, you can email me with any questions! Thanks, Lawrence How to draw trees, rex vicat cole Page 11 / 22 ASSOCIATIONS are so inseparable from our conceptions of nature and art that we are unconsciously biased, and it is difficult to gain any fresh view of either. The key to this difficulty is a consistent following up of some particular truth or beauty observed, and this can only be done, as Samuel Smiles says, by " perseverance, knowledge, and ability diligently cultivated." Some aspects and arrangements of nature I cannot like, nor can I see them in any other way than the one I dislike. I dislike them simply because they recall certain types of pictures that I consider bad. The very untruths or want of sympathy with nature in these pictures (such as water being represented by straight horizontal lines, or rank autumn foliage against a leaden blue-black cloud) crowd upon me and even seem to have some foundation of fact ; though to think that would be to libel nature.

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