This weeks Spooky Saturday Illustration is by student Haneen Alemam.
There are no real words to describe how stunningly beautiful this illustration is by student Nola Sindel. So much work has gone into this illustration and her use to watercolour is exquisite. Nola created this whilst working on our Botanical Painting Diploma Course and it has to be one of the best illustrations that a Continue Reading
We have a blog post today aimed at our Illustrators. Student Linda Tordoff created both of these illustrations for tutor Maggy Roberts whilst studying on the Illustrating Children’s Books Diploma Course. We have added three close up images of the ‘Cow Jumping over the Moon’ illustration as we wanted to show the paint strokes that Continue Reading
Today’s blog post is a bit of a ‘wow’ post! I know our readers and going to view student Belinda Cullen’s watercolours and exclaim – ‘wow’ whilst viewing them! We did! Her studies are simply exquisite and Belinda has a beautiful style of painting and handles the medium superbly. Her practice studies of eyes and Continue Reading
A wonderful illustration today by Illustrating Children’s Books Diploma Course student Elaine Macintyre. We love the concept here, the poor dragon seems to ahve had a mishap with the bears cottage! We do hope they can put out the fire quickly! I think the dragon does feel very sorry though. What do you think?
A stunning image today painted by student Margaret Kane who is on the Drawing and Painting Diploma course. The painting has been completed in oils on canvas and has been drawn and painted beautifully. The light is stunning. The glass bottles feel very three dimensional which is no mean feat! Have you tried to draw Continue Reading
This weeks Spooky Saturday Illustration is by student Monique Bailey.
Student Janet Hoyland submitted these beautiful pieces for one of her Life Drawing and Painting study units. We particularly like the first colour study below. It captures the model really well and there is a lot of movement and flow in Janets pencil strokes. It feels very three dimensional, her weight of line is excellent Continue Reading
If any of our readers are interested in studying landscapes, seascapes and skies, our Landscape Painting Diploma Course could be perfect for you. Student Ann Ray has shown below some of her sketchbook work which is really interesting for our students to view. It is so important to keep a sketchbook, whether it’s to note Continue Reading
We hope you enjoy viewing student Julia Feliz Digital Illustration work today! Fabulously bright and colourful!
A very special blog post today showing the artwork of student Michael Ilsley. Michael is studying our Coloured Pencil Drawing Course and has created two absolutely stunning drawings. The first is a view from his window and the second is an old oak tree. What we love about them is that Michael is striving to Continue Reading
Sophie Delesque has been working on our Botanical Coloured Pencil course and for one of her sets of work she was asked to create three drawings of the same specimen – Anthurium. One study is pure coloured pencil, one is coloured pencil with an ink outline and the final study is coloured pencil, with ink Continue Reading
This weeks Spooky Saturday Illustration is by student Sarah Harris.
We have some fabulous drawings to show you today, by student Edith Steinberg who is studying on our Beginners Drawing Course. Students are asked to predominantly work from life, setting up a variety of still life scenes to draw from. This helps students improve their observational skills, as well as being able to transfer a Continue Reading
This post is aimed at our illustrators and I believe they will be hugely inspired by Donata Zawadzka artwork. We simply love her style of painting, the attention to detail, all aimed at captivating a young child’s attention in a story book. Aren’t they all just wonderful! Pop over to our Illustrating Children’s Books Diploma Continue Reading
Christine Towndrow has been studying figs and their design in different mediums for an assignments on the Graphic Design Art Diploma Course. Its really interesting to see the same subject handled in different ways in one study. We hope you find Christine’s artwork and findings interesting too!
Do you struggle with your colour mixing? having difficulty choosing colours for your artwork? Perhaps you want to learn more about colours and different colour pallets and the history of colours. If these apply to you, our Colour Awareness short course might be perfect for you. Student Alison Robson has been working through the course Continue Reading
One of our more unusual courses is our Chinese Brush Painting Course. Student Jade Parkin has been working happily through the course and created some incredible studies which we have added below. Chinese course artwork is mainly painted using different strengths of ink and a variety of different brushes. You don’t need to purchase too many art Continue Reading
This weeks Spooky Saturday Illustration is by student Lucy Linden.
Alison Hadavizadeh created these two botanical studies while working on our Botanical Painting course. Aren’t they beautiful!