Photoshop and Procreate are game-changing programs, if you want to digitally draw and paint. Each has its own set of brushes that allow you to make marks that look exactly like a pencil, fine-tipped pen, and beyond. This makes drawing and painting logistically convenient—no paper, erasers, or tubes of paint needed—and means you can create work that looks like it was done with analog media but has the ease of digital.
The legendary Musée du Louvre in Paris is presently closed due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Valentine's Day is swiftly approaching and many of us will be searching for the words to express just how much...
One of the best parts of creating art is the endless possibility for exploration. You might stick with just drawing or only painting, but there's one type of visual creation that invites you to combine them all: collage. This technique is defined by incorporating different elements into one single composition to form a new work of art.
Have you ever wondered where the name “cheddar cheese” comes from?
How did you eat gummy bears when you were a kid?
Public lending libraries developed in the United States in the latter half of the 19th century, and to this day they remain an important local institution. From offering computers, classes, and (of course) books to patrons of all ages, libraries are beloved by the community. During the pandemic, many people miss leisurely wandering the aisles of the local library and pulling plastic-sheathed books off the shelves.
The Rijksmuseum is a popular stop for tourists visiting the city of Amsterdam in The Netherlands.
An incredible amount of time and attention to detail goes into each and every Studio Ghibli film. The talented animators are known for their expertise in traditional cel animation. That means every single frame is carefully drawn by hand. It’s easy to miss details when the images move so fast. Luckily, Studio Ghibli has recently released a huge collection of 1,178 still images from its iconic films, allowing you to marvel at every hand-drawn element.
Masks are the new normal.
The possibilities with art are endless.