In some of TV's most iconic sitcoms, the place where the story unfolds is so unique that it almost feels like an additional character. Despite how often we see them, it can sometimes be hard to make sense of the layout of these places.
Whether you've been drawing for a dozen years or a couple of weeks, artist's block happens to everyone.
Learning how to draw takes time and practice.
If you're someone who frequently stays at hotels, you likely take note of the different design choices in each place. One artist has turned her hobby of chronicling different hotel layouts into an illustrated book. Japanese artist Kei Endo frequently visits various hotels in the Tokyo area (and sometimes beyond).
Learning to draw is a lifelong journey, but there are plenty of resources to gain inspiration and help you meet...
Using just ink and colored pencils, Demi Lang transforms architecture into works of fine art.
When creating a portrait, Florian Nicolle looks beyond the physical appearance of his model and works to capture their spirit. His mixed media portraits often focus on a singular part of the face, asking viewers to examine certain features closely, while others fade into the background. The results are mysterious and dynamic illustrations that dive into the soul of each person.
October is here, and that means it's time to ramp up your sketching.
New Book Celebrates 100 Years of Disney Animation and Shows How to Draw Their Most Beloved Characters
Disney is celebrating 100 years of incredible animation with a book that not only shares the company’s rich creative history,...
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.
Drawing is a satisfying creative outlet. Whether you just like doodling or enjoy creating portraits, there is something for everyone.
For many artists, sketchbooks are important tools to document their ideas and creative progress.