Tag: <span>Guest Blogger</span>

Tag: Guest Blogger

Simplification in Art (And How to Achieve It)

There’s an old adage in the art world that less is more. Colorado colored pencil artist Dan Miller talks about his view of this important issue in his article, Simplification in Art.

If you’v ever wrestled with simplifying complex subjects, Dan can help you sort things out by sharing his experiences learning how to simplify. You don’t want to miss this!

Drawing Vibrant Color on Black Paper

It’s the second Saturday of the month. That means a Peggy Osborne tutorial! This month, she’s drawing vibrant color on black paper and her subject is a beautiful and colorful rooster. Drawing Vibrant Color on Black Paper Hi all! In this tutorial I am going to show you how I …

How to Draw Cat Eyes with Colored Pencil

Peggy Osborne is back again with a guest tutorial. In today’s post, she’s sharing how to draw cat eyes with colored pencil. This is Peggy’s reference photo. It comes from Pixabay, but she cropped it to focus on the eyes. She’s working on Robert Bateman Series 110 pound paper with …

How to Draw a Long Haired Dog Step by Step

This week, I’d like to welcome fellow colored pencil artist Peggy Osborne to the blog to show us how to draw a long haired dog using her area-by-area method. Please welcome her to the blog! How to Draw a Long Haired Dog by Peggy Osborne I’m using Robert Bateman Series …

Choosing Colors that Work Together

Several readers have wanted to know the best methods for choosing colors that work together. Experimenting is a good way to discover those happy color relationships, but it does get old fairly quickly. Isn’t there a better way? Yes, there is, and I’d like to welcome fellow artist Sarah Renae …

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