Find Amazing Face Reference for Drawing

Find Amazing Face Reference for Drawing

There are so many fantastic places where you can find amazing face reference for drawing. You need never draw the same portrait twice, unless of course, you want to. Google Images One of the easiest places to find portrait reference photos is to use Google Image...

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A Collaboration to Create a Children’s Book

A Collaboration to Create a Children’s Book

Eve Bluefoot and Paul Rusack came together to create a new children's book called Douglas's Starry Adventure. I know many of you are interested in writing and illustrating your own children's books so they are going to share their story. First of all please can you...

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Online Life Drawing Classes on Zoom Have You Tried One Yet?

Online Life Drawing Classes on Zoom Have You Tried One Yet?

I’ve been wanting to do some life drawing for a long time. There aren’t many local classes near me so I was pleased to see that you can now do “live” life drawing online on Zoom. When I say live, I mean that the sessions are done through zoom and a model is poses in...

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Using Borders in your Sketchbook

Using Borders in your Sketchbook

In this video, we look at using borders to make a simple sketch look more interesting. Sometimes, we might like a sketch just as it is and we don't always want to add anything more... but on the other hand, we want to make the page a bit more eye-catching. Using...

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Art Book Review Remedial Sketches by Lewis Rossignol

Art Book Review Remedial Sketches by Lewis Rossignol

We wanted to share a new art book we've bought called Remedial Sketches by Lewis Rossignol. Here we give you a sneak peek inside. Lewis' work has a childlike charm, it's playful and grungy. We love the way he combines vintage photos semi-legible text and drawings to...

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Creating Your Own Cartoon Character

Creating Your Own Cartoon Character

In this video Sandra talks about how you can create your own cartoon character. She has recently created her own character called Felicity Fizz and shares how she draws her with a dip pen and watercolour. Initial Drawing After a pencil sketch, Sandra inks in the...

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Virtual Urban Sketching with Google Maps and Street View

Virtual Urban Sketching with Google Maps and Street View

With a lot of the world currently in Coronavirus lockdown, we can't travel to visit places we've always wanted to see or revisit places we love. So how about a bit of virtual urban sketching instead using Google Maps and Street View. Search for a Place you Want to...

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Draw Without Fancy Art Materials – Use a Simple Biro Pen

Draw Without Fancy Art Materials – Use a Simple Biro Pen

You really don't need fancy art materials to start to draw. An everyday pen and scrap of paper or card will do. In this video Sandra draws a woman drinking a coffee with a basic biro pen, that just happens to be purple. So if you are stuck inside isolating, give...

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