Drawing is the foundation of so many creative practices, from architects to fashion designers to animators and artists. Using a piece of paper and a pen or pencil, the opportunities for self-expression are endless. And by using different drawing techniques, it’s incredible to see just how many different ways there are to sketch. There are innumerable drawing styles to be studied and explored, each one conveying a different final product.
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When artist Jackson Pollock passionately tracked paint across canvases in the late 1940s, he catapulted drip painting into history books. His Abstract Expressionist masterpieces continue to hold a special place in the popular imagination, symbolizing the freedom of creativity. While they may seem easy to create, the truth is that drip painting can be challenging to master, but rewarding in the end.
If you’ve ever dreamt of dabbling in sculpture but lack the studio space, you’re in luck.
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Before photography, botanical illustration was used to document the form, color, and details of plant life, but today, many contemporary artists and illustrators still strive to showcase the beauty of flowers through their art. One of those artists is Kate Kyehyun Park, who paints beautiful blooms in watercolor. The Korean illustrator’s ever growing portfolio showcases her talent for creating beautiful botanical watercolor illustrations, but she doesn’t keep her skills to herself.
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Want to bring a little whimsy to your home? You don’t need to wish upon a star—just make yourself a fairy garden! This enchanting DIY project is a decorative miniature garden that features a playful arrangement of plants and accessories like tiny homes and figurines. It’s similar to a terrarium because you are creating a habitat for your plants, but you don’t have to worry about glass enclosures.
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