When it comes to creating art, getting started is often the hardest part. It’s made a little easier, however, when you’ve got thousands of people doing it at the same time. We’ve seen how daily and monthly photography projects can stretch your imagination and bring forth new and exciting developments in your work. But if drawing is more your style, we’ve got the perfect creative challenge to inspire daily art-making: Inktober.
The time for hunkering down in our homes and watching the snow fall is quickly approaching.
In our increasingly connected and busy world, it’s important to carve out some time for yourself.
With Labor Day now past, the new school year has officially began. While many kids and young adults head back into the classroom, they aren’t the only ones that can get an education. Through creative online classes, you too can learn new skills in art and photography—no matter what age you are or where you’re located. Websites like Craftsy and CreativeLive continually offer the latest in exciting approaches to drawing, painting, taking pictures, and more.
The weekend is the perfect time to break out of your normal routine and try something new.
Nowadays, taking time for yourself is more important than ever.
For the past 27 years, Photoshop has become the go to software for creatives who work with graphics. Photographers, designers, and digitals artists are just a few of the professions that benefit from the capabilities of this powerful program. Especially prevalent in the world of photography, Photoshop's post-processing capabilities are endless. Armed with incredible potential, Photoshop can be daunting for beginners.
Have you heard the news? Making art is good for you—especially as you grow older.