Do you admire architecture? One way to celebrate the things you love is to create art about them. But drawing a building can be really tricky. There are often many fine details that feel nearly impossible to get right. Well, not anymore. Artist Demi Lang has a comprehensive course on architectural illustration on My Modern Met Academy. Her online class is called Architectural Illustration for Everyone: Draw Buildings in Ink and Colored Pencil.
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It's easy to be baffled by the art of James Nolan Gandy at first glance.
February 1 marked the arrival of the Lunar New Year in 2022. And amidst the traditional festivities of the East Asian holiday, one San Francisco man chose to ring in the Year of the Tiger with a little creativity…and a lot of exercise.
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Most drawings are made up of numerous lines, hatches, and marks, but that's not the case in the art of Tyler Foust. The Texas-based abstract artist creates captivating drawings with one long continuous line that never intersects. While he is best known for his puzzle-like pieces that contain hidden images, his latest work explores the best way to create distinct portraits in one line.
Enigmatic women become one with nature in the portrait paintings of Argentinian artist Sofia Bonati.
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Have you ever seen a drawing that looked too good to be true? Nigerian artist Hopex John uses his masterful drawing skills to create hyperrealistic portraits that could easily be mistaken for black and white photographs. With only charcoal at his disposal, he captures the texture of skin and hair with amazing detail.
It's easy to mistake the drawings of 25-year-old Aria for reality.
Illustrator PJ McQuade (aka Castle McQuade)