"Drawing" Blogs & Blog Posts

Amanda White - Contemporary Naive ArtAmanda White - Contemporary Naive Art

Art, Life, Cats, Sheep and everything

 
Jafabrit's ArtJafabrit's Art

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

 
Mighty Fine ArtMighty Fine Art

The blog of UK artist Peter Williams. An insight into his inspirations and ...

 
BEYOND WORDSBEYOND WORDS

Working as a mixed media artist I find the book is the most powerful art fo...

 
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...

 
Anita DaviesAnita Davies

The works and thoughts of a caffeine addicted artist!

 
P O N O RP O N O R

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

 


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When a mandate is challenged in multiple courts, federal law requires a lottery be used to determine which circuit court will hear consolidated cases.

The days of pencil and paper are long gone. With the best iPad for drawing, you can bring your imagination to life in the easiest way possible.

Boing Boing contributor and esteemed author Clive Thompson created a delightful Web app for doodling. The design of the "Right-Angle Doodling Machine" was inspired by a curious set of rules that Clive followed when doodling in elementary school. Try...

Using a tablet to draw is a definite learning experience. The right gear helps and our list of the Best Drawing Tablets for Beginners can give you options!

If you have an iPad, you’ll probably want to add the pencil accessory to make drawing, writing, and multi-tasking a whole lot easier. Whether you have the first or second generation pencil, you’ll be ready to scribble, doodle, and sketch in style...

Discover the best graphics tablets for drawing, art and design and how to choose a tablet that is right for you as an artist, graphic designer or illustrator.

Anthony from Today at Apple shows you how to draw yourself in the style of a Peanuts character. He's using an iPad and an Apple Pencil, but I bet you could also use a pencil and a sheet of paper to achieve similarly good results. — Read the res...