You'll Love This Annual Art Magazine Download If:
- You want to enjoy all the issues of The Artist's Magazine while going green
- You love learning new painting techniques & hearing from your favorite artists4
- You love learning about the business of art as well as practical painting techniques
With the 2012 edition of The Artist's Magazine Annual Download you get instant access to more than 900 pages of painting instruction, artistic inspiration & more. Now you can get all the same great content you've come to expect from the print issues of The Artist's Magazine in an easy-to-use PDF format. With all 10 issues from 2012 you won't miss a step. Print your favorite articles and take your favorite painting and drawing tips & tricks with you to your easel.
In addition to great painting demonstrations and techniques you'll also get a wide range of articles focused on succeeding in the business of art. You can also find interviews with your favorite artists and many more sources of painting and drawing inspiration. Everything found on the The Artist's Magazine 2012 Annual Download is searchable by keyword and is compatible with virtually all computers.
With The Artist's Magazine 2012 Annual Download You'll Get:
- Tips for succeeding in the art business world
- Painting and drawing techniques in easy-to-follow & fun demonstrations
- Events, interviews & more hand-selected by our team of expert editors
Here’s a look at some of the highlights you’ll find in this easy-to-use download:
Inspiration: Will Barnet, Ephraim Rubenstein, Constance Bohannon, Hsin-Yao Tseng, Amy Weiskopf, Eric Wert, Sheldon Tapley, Melanie Daniel, Sharon Sprung, Tom Root, Mary Beth McKenzie, Paul Fenniak, Costa Vavagiakis, Ron Monsma, George James, Jaye Schlesinger, Juliette Aristides, Maya Brim, Donna Levinstone, Marvin Mattelson, McCrystle Wood, and more share secrets of their craft.
Instruction: Ephraim Rubenstein demonstrates wax resist; Michael Chesley Johnson shows how to prepare archival grounds; Deborah Quinn Munson shows how to use painting knives; Michael De Brito shares his preliminary sketches for multifigured compositions; Jane Jones achieves color harmony by only using the primaries; John N. Agnew gives a lesson in scratchboard; Dale Laitinen draws with a watercolor brush; Sadie Valeri shows how to achieve symmetry in a drawing a still life and more.
Business of Art: Copyright law explained; basics of e-mail marketing; writing effective newsletters; the reasoning behind model releases; digital jargon—DPI, TIFF, JPG, RAW and CMYK— decoded and more.
Master Lessons: Édouard Vuillard, Domenico Ghirlandaio, Théodore Géricault, Rockwell Kent, Winslow Homer and more.