You'll love this issue of Drawing if:
- You want to learn more about illustration
- You're interested in working with markers
- You want to use photo-editing to improve your composition
Each issue of Drawing provides working artists with information and inspiration regarding the foundation of all art: drawing. If you work with charcoal, graphite, pen, colored pencil, or any other drawing media, this is the magazine for you.
This issue of Drawing focuses on illustration. The best illustrations are not only wonderfully imaginative but also as technically accomplished as the drawings and paintings seen in galleries—there’s much to be learned from the work of these artists.
Highlights from the Summer 2013 Issue of Drawing include:
- A survey of four contemporary illustrators
- A look at drawings in the collection of the Georgia Museum of Art
- An exhibition of work by Edward Hopper
Drawing From Live TV
Racing to capture a likeness while the “sitter” is on-screen.
Inside the mind of an American master.
Inside the Artist’s Studio: Combining New & Old Techniques
Step by step through a process that blends digital with traditional.
Illustrating Imaginary Worlds
How four artists use different tools and approaches to depict fantastical scenes.
Humor, Wisdom, and Line: The Drawings of Edward Sorel
The career of a supreme satirist.
An introduction to pastel, pen-and-ink, metalpoint, Conté, and marker.
Making Their Mark
Why markers are some artists’ perfect instrument.
Top Drawings From the Georgia Museum of Art
12 masterpieces and what makes them great.
Special Advertising Section: Product Focus: Markers