drawing Archive

Featured Workshop: Drawing 101, December 1 & 2

(Click above for full size) For art students looking to get back to basics, or beginners who want to jumpstart their drawing skills, Rick Weaver will be teaching a two-day Drawing 101 workshop on Saturday and Sunday, December 1 & 2. Spaces are still available! Click here for details and to register. Read more →

George’s Artistic Adventure: Bringing it Together

You can read the rest of this series here. Fall term classes are almost over, but we’re still drawing up a storm in Basic Drawing, moving on to tougher projects. Last week we focused more on shading and drapery, which had been giving me lots of trouble. Our instructor, George Tkabladze, helped us a Read more →

George’s Artistic Adventure: The Next Step

You can read the rest of this series here. A belated update on my drawing and stained glass classes from last week: In Basic Drawing, George Tkabladze had us finish the still life we’ve been working on by adding the drapery and shading in a background. I think a lot of us struggled with Read more →

George’s Artistic Adventure: Shading and Grinding

You can read the rest of this series here. I’m still busy with my classes at The Art League. On Wednesday, our drawing class got a crash course in shading from George Tkabladze. Having perfected — more or less — the shapes in our still lifes, we got to work bringing them to life. Read more →

George’s Artistic Adventure: Week 4 1/2

See the rest of this series here. This week Basic Drawing met for the fifth time and Stained Glass met for the fourth time. Here’s where my stained glass panel is so far: The pattern paper is on top of the magenta and brown pieces, and the green (top row center) looks black in Read more →

George’s Artistic Adventure: Shaping Up

See the rest of this series here. Here’s what I did in today’s drawing class: That was taken near the end of class, though I fixed it up some after that. In particular, instructor George suggested I work on straight lines (as well as centering the subject on the paper). I can definitely see Read more →