Discover inspiration from the best artists working today, drawing instruction for students and artists of all skill levels, and art history relevant to the modern artist.
All 4 issues of Drawing magazine are in PDF format, so they’ll work on almost any computer (PC or Macintosh) and can be viewed with Acrobat Reader 6.0 or higher (a free program).
Here are just some of the articles you’ll find on this easy-to-use CD:
• Instruction for Students at All Levels: Drawing’s instructional content ranges from introductory lessons on the fundamentals of drawing to master classes and advanced instruction. Topics covered include measuring the proportions of a figure; modeling form using light and shadow; designing a landscape composition; choosing which materials are right for you; basic colored pencil techniques; using household materials in your process; foreshortening; combining digital and traditional methods; creating brushlike lines with pencil; the Bargue method; and learning by copying the work of other artists.
• Inspiration From Today’s Best Artists: Enjoy and learn from the work of leading contemporary artists, including Jon deMartin, Don Gale, Thomas Kegler, Pat Averill, Gary Greene, Megan Seiter, Scott Waddell, Marvin Saltzman, Joseph Crone, Sigmund Abeles, Edward Sorel, Dan Gheno, Adonna Khare, and a number of contemporary illustrators.
• Art History: See great drawings from throughout history by artists such as Leonardo, Michelangelo, Jan van Eyck, Edgar Degas, John Singer Sargent, and Edward Hopper.