Do we have any readers that are looking to learn more about painting, however are a little hesitant in trying out new mediums? If so, our Beginners Painting short course might be perfect for you. Student Linda Charge has created some amazing paintings and we are thrilled to be able to post then here on Continue Reading
A very exciting blog post today of artwork by student Gisela Robinson. Gisela took a photo of her illustration on her drawing board surrounded by her paints and pencils for us to see. You can also view her studies and sketches she has created whilst on the Illustrating Children’s book Diploma Course. We are thrilled Continue Reading
Welcome to todays blog post with artwork by student Deborah Gale. She is studying with Alan Dedman on the Portrait Painting Course, which allows students to study facial features in a variety of mediums. Sometimes it is daunting to produce a full portrait of a person. There is so much to think about – proportions, skin tones, Continue Reading
Lynne Stuart-James is working on the Botanical Coloured Pencil Course and we have added two of Lynne’s studies today. They are both of the same rose, one is in graphite pencil and the other is rendered using coloured pencil. Tutors often ask students to create two drawings like this, one first in monochrome to help Continue Reading
This weeks Spooky Saturday Illustration is by student Maggie Walters.
A simply stunning Pet Portrait painting today by student Donna Thompson. Isn’t it exquisite! We aren’t going to write too much on todays post…we are just going to allow you to stop for a moment and admire it!
Our Pastel Painting course not only allows students to experiment with the medium, but also with different papers too. Paper type is very important when working in pastel. There are a number of different pastel papers on the market and each one is very different to the next. You will also find artists have their Continue Reading