Drawing a realistic dogs starts with lifelike eyes eyes. Get a step-by-step tutorial by artist Veronica Winters for drawing eyes that jump off the page.
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Waves, braids, buns — whatever hairstyle your subject has, you can draw it with the help of Veronica Winters' tips and tutorials.
Metallic colored pencils may catch your eye, but there's a right and wrong way to use them. Learn the right way from a seasoned colored pencil artist.
These six subjects come suggested by one of our expert bloggers for drawing with charcoal and trying out new techniques.
Artists are strongly divided on this issue: Is it better to draw from life or use a photo reference? Read the case for both sides of the argument and weigh in with your own opinion.
At some point, fabric, drapery or clothing will make an appearance in your artwork, so it's important to understand how to depict complicated fabric folds on paper. Veronica Winter's step-by-step tutorial will guide you through it!
Make objects pop from the page (instead of falling flat) by adding shadows to your drawings. Learn how to identify form shadows and cast shadows and effectively shade them.
Do you think cat eyes are harder to draw than human eyes? Drawing them basically breaks down to the same steps. Learn how to draw cat eyes right meow — sorry, we couldn't resist the pun!
Artists have been using soft pastels since the 17th century, and they're still a popular medium for artists who want to achieve brilliant colors, beautiful blending or eye-catching texture.
Every drawing journey begins with the basics. Start your artistic adventure by practicing four key drawing techniques.