Category: Intermediate Digital Drawing
Just recently, we have posted some classes on Udemy for you to get into digital drawing and really build up the drawing techniques! The classes in Udemy are more structured and some of you may be more familiar with using their classes. Try it out and let us know what you think! Udemy class: https://www.udemy.com/course/learn-to-draw-a-glass-with-cokeicestraw-using-paintology […]
Paintology is a great app for understanding the fundamentals of drawing and painting. For example, the color palette of Paintology is a great way to understand tonal values in a drawing or painting. The ease at which you can change brush size, set its opacity and do many more configurations allow you to focus on […]
If you are looking for the Sony Sketch download, you have come to the right place. For the latest news on the Sony Sketch, check out the blog post here, or link below. Latest on the Sony Sketch App The Sony Sketch app that has been with us for over 6 years and was much […]
This drawing was easier than I originally thought. As I haven’t done a drawing for sometimes now, maybe like a month, I had the same ‘start-up’ butterflies like any newbies just starting to draw. I can honestly say that the first step is almost always the hardest and my thinking kept hovering around..’am I going […]
In this drawing, we select darker and grayish tones to create this sombre and cold looking scene. All the tools and colors are available for this drawing. You can check out the video tutorial below. Happy Drawing & Painting!
Landscapes is probably one of the most likely subjects any artist would pick to develop their artistic skills. You can develop skills in tone values by doing landscapes which will help you with other types of drawings, for example, portraits. The advantage of doing landscapes, is that the scene can be random in nature such […]
We are going to draw the mountain landscape shown in fig. 1. You want to pick out a blue canvas and select the spray tool to make the artwork. First, use a spray with a whitish color to draw the outline of the main features in the drawing (fig. 2).
The painting in this lesson will introduce you to more practice on the perspective that are essential to landscape paintings. For this lesson we are going to paint the completed painting in fig. 4 drawn in Paintology using only a select few brush styles.