"Drawing" Blogs & Blog Posts

ASIFA-Hollywood Animation ArchiveASIFA-Hollywood Animation Archive

Building a museum, library and digital archive for the benefit of animation...

 
Life in TechnicolourLife in Technicolour

pictures & photographs tend to view life in technicolour,with its true ...

 
P O N O RP O N O R

New main blog/site for @ponor - older posts here: http://ponor.wordpress.co...

 
Jafabrit's ArtJafabrit's Art

Meanderings of a Multi Media artist who paints, embroiders, crafts, yarnbo...

 
Dena E's ~God~Everyday Living~Dream Doodlers Art~Dena E's ~God~Everyday Living~Dream Doodlers Art~

Blessed to be SHARING WITH YOU~ GOD~ MY FAMILY~FAITH~HOPE~LOVE and MY ART...

 
Amalou StudioAmalou Studio

Welcome to Amalou's art and life journal. When I manage to steal some ...

 
art at randomart at random

Current random works of art from my studio

 


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LONDON — Are you a fan of cheeky puns and can't resist a bit of colourful language every now and then?  Then this Christmas coloring book is everything you've ever wanted, and more. SEE ALSO: 21 holiday gift ideas for the marijuana lover i...

Spectacles by Snap are a lot of fun! Join us as we put them through their paces, try them out, talk to people on the street and just have a really great day. I would tell you more, but I don’t want to ruin it for you. Alright… enjoy the s...

I know what my kids will be doing after school today. (Handimania)...

Boing Boing-beloved artist Chris Locke (previously) writes, "World-famous artist and middle-school art teacher Christopher Locke has published a new drawing tutorial book, packed with lessons from his own classroom. Whether you're a 10-year-old aspi...

“Forest Floor, Tasmanian Highlands”  20 x 28 cms, Pablo coloured pencils on 190 gsm acid free paper Own reference and imagination. The tsunami of adult colouring books has subsided significantly in the past few months and there are many...

This drawing should remind travelers of the long lines they sometimes face at airports—not that they must be reminded. My people are a cross section of travelers you might see in line, not knowing exactly when their plane will be departing or arriv...

This is my set-up for drawing on the balcony. The  drawings featured are the first in a new series that explores the abstract nature of the natural environment. Top: “Flecker Gardens Abstract”, Bottom: “Daintree Reflection”.