Drawing/Sketching Sitemap - Page 4 2016-09-26

How To Draw A Fantasy Comic Warrior Woman
Follow along with this easy, step by step drawing lesson that will teach you how to draw a beautiful and powerful barbarian warrior woman in a classic comic book fantasy style. Page 14.

How To Draw A Fantasy Comic Warrior Woman
Follow along with this easy, step by step drawing lesson that will teach you how to draw a beautiful and powerful barbarian warrior woman in a classic comic book fantasy style. Page 2.

How To Draw A Fantasy Comic Warrior Woman
continue drawing a powerful barbarian warrior woman in a classic comic book fantasy style. Page 3.

How To Draw A Fantasy Comic Warrior Woman
Follow along with this easy, step by step drawing lesson that will teach you how to draw a beautiful and powerful barbarian warrior woman in a classic comic book fantasy style. Page 4.

How To Draw A Fantasy Comic Warrior Woman
Follow along with this easy, step by step drawing lesson that will teach you how to draw a beautiful and powerful barbarian warrior woman in a classic comic book fantasy style. Page 5.

How To Draw A Fantasy Comic Warrior Woman
Continuing to draw the warrior woman following easy step by step instructions. Page 6.

How To Draw A Fantasy Comic Warrior Woman
Drawing the warrior woman's outfit - continuing to draw the warrior woman, drawing clothing. Page 7.

How To Draw A Fantasy Comic Warrior Woman
This tattered and torn cape is easy to draw. Using the same idea we used when we drew the folds, draw the cape flowing away behind her. Draw the ends of the cape connecting to the same ring that is holding her top together. Page 8.

How To Draw A Fantasy Comic Warrior Woman
Drawing the barbarian woman's face. It is always challenging to draw a convincing face. I have drawn the simplest steps on the left to help you take your time and decipher the lines that you see. Page 9.

How To Draw Comics - Draw Fantasy Elf
From the traditions of 'Lord of the Rings' and 'Dungeons and Dragons', to online games like 'World of Warcraft', the Elf is a favorite character, full of grace and in tune with the spirit of the forest. Learn how to draw a beautiful elven woman in this tutorial.

A Evil Fantasy Witch Queen Drawing
Fantasy Drawing - draw a fantasy witch queen. This character is a classic Disney style evil witch-queen, elegant and wicked. Solid, strong colors work well for a classic cartoon style drawing, or add texture and shading for a more realistic feel. Page 3.

Draw a Fantasy Witch Queen - Outline
Draw Fantasy - draw a fantasy witch queen. This character is a classic Disney style evil witch-queen, elegant and wicked. Copy or trace the example or print and color-in. Ideal for printing out as a coloring in page. Page 2.

Draw a Fantasy Witch Queen
Draw Fantasy - draw a fantasy witch queen. This character is a classic Disney style evil witch-queen, elegant and wicked. Begin by sketching a simple structure to develop the tall, elegant shape and pose.

Draw a Fantasy Hero
Draw Fantasy - draw a fantasy hero with this easy tutorial. Draw this heroic cartoon character as a modern superhero or give him some traditional fantasy style. Begin by building a simple structure.

Draw a Dinosaur – How To Draw An Allosaurus
Learn to draw an Allosaurus following easy steps. The Allosaurus dinosaur was a fearsome monster who wreaked havoc on the prehistoric landscape, with big claws and bigger teeth. Learn how to draw this fearsome dinosaur.

How To Draw a Triceratops
Follow along as we use easy, step-by-step instructions to teach you how to draw a triceratops. Page 2.

Draw a 3D pyramid in perspective step 3
drawing the vertical center of your pyramid. Page 3.

Draw a 3D Pyramid in Perspective Step 4
drawing the sides of your three-d pyramid. Page 4.

Draw a Pyramid in 2-point perspective
drawing a pyramid in two point perspective uses exactly the same dividing-space method as in one point, you just need to use two vanishing points to draw the the base. Page 6.

Find the Center of a Square or Rectangle in Perspective
This quick and easy step by step shows you how to find the center of any quadrilateral, square or rectangle in perspective. Once you've learned this simple trick, you can use it to evenly space building features like tiles, bricks and windows, or position a door or roof.

Observing the Subject Before Drawing
How to draw a brick wall using pen, ink and wash. The first step is observing the subject and planning the drawing. Because ink can't easily be erased, you want to get it right first time!

Hatching the Brick Textures
Hatching the bricks and dark values with pen. Page 2.

Adding a Wash to the Drawing
The next step in drawing the brick wall is adding washes, to define shadows and tonal areas to tie the image together. Page 3.

Using Line and Wash
Learn how to use and alternative approach to pen and ink, using line and wash rather than hatching. Page 4.

Draw a Horse Head in Colored Pencil
Draw a Horse Head in Colored Pencil. Renowned equine artist Janet Griffin-Scott shows you how to draw a beautiful realistic horse portrait in colored pencil.

Draw a Horse Head - Preliminary Sketching
Here is the preliminary drawing broken down into basic shapes as usual. Notice that the underside of the neck can be taken from the outside of a curve, ie, the circle underneath the horse. The eye is an oval, as is the nostril. The shoulder is always a neat circle. Page 2.

Horse Head Outline
The drawing is transferred to the surface, in this case a Strathmore drawing paper with very little texture. Very few outlines are added as the photo is very detailed and easy to work from. Page 3.

Drawing the Horse's Eye
The horse's face is started, working in sections that are divided by bridle parts. I always do the eye first. It is key to getting a good likeness of the horse. I use shades of brown and black and use care around the eye area. I am using Prismacolour pencils. Page 4.

Horse Head - Layering Colored Pencil
Here I have completed a lot of the head using layers and constantly referring to the photo for colour accuracy and the shape and textures of the face. I blend all the colours with Qtips but do leave darker strokes to suggest individual hairs. Page 6.

Drawing Horse Hair
Beginning layers of yellow and red go down onto the neck now, putting in darker browns for the neck muscle outline. I start the braids on the neck in black, pressing lightly. I leave areas white where the highlights are. The strokes follow the direction the hair grows. The shadow on the neck is roughed in lightly. Sometimes a hard spot in the pencil lead scratches the surface which I try to minimize by filling it with other colours with softer leads. Page 7.

The Horses's Eye in Detail
This detail shows the horse's eye close up. Notice how the highlights have been reserved - left as white paper - while strong darks have been established. Unlike traditional watercolor technique, black pencil can be used effectively in colored pencil drawing. Page 5.

Drawing the Horse's Plaited Mane
More braids are added, using the photo to get it accurate in terms of how many, the shape, the shadows at the base of the braid and the neck line underneath. I also scrape off any spots of dark colour that collect in raised up spots that have alot of layers. Those blips can be carefully scraped away with an exacto knife without disturbing the layers and the surrounding work. Page 8.

Plait Drawing Detail
Horse drawing step by step - closup detail of the neck and mane showing the hair texture and mark making. Page 9.

Horse Head Drawing - Completing the Tack
Adding layers to the bridle, bit and reins. It's important to know what bridle looks like and get the detail right - people will notice if you get it wrong! Page 10.

The Completed Horse Head Portrait
The completed horse head. Here is the final horse portrait drawing with a few details added in with digital magic. I scanned and colour corrected the drawing, and I have laid in a gradient background using Photoshop. Page 11.

Draw a Horse Eye - Preliminary Sketching
Outline the eye in light pencil strokes, to give yourself guidelines. Outline the actual eye structures and eyelashes and make rough guidelines for the creases, wrinkles and where the eyelashes come from, what direction they go and how long they are. Rough in the guides for the eyelids. Page 2.

Horse's Eye - First Color Layer
Sketch in the pupil and eyelashes, with your strokes going in the same direction as the hairs grow. The eye reflects many details and light at close range, so in photographs it is entirely possible to see yourself holding the camera reflected back at you. Remove these distractions when drawing the eye. Page 3.

Horse Eye - Continuing Color Layers
Continue to add detail in and around the eye, varying the length of the pencil strokes matching the length of the wrinkles and hairs that you observe. Use pencils of Burnt Sienna and Raw Umber shades in radiating outward strokes from the pupil. Continue to darken the creases in greys and blacks lightly put down and softened with Qtips. Page 4.

Highlights and Lashes
This detail shows the horse's eye close up. Notice how the highlights have been reserved - left as white paper - while strong darks have been established. Unlike traditional watercolor technique, black pencil can be used effectively in colored pencil drawing. Page 5.

Completing the Eye
Everything comes together in the final stages of the drawing. Make sure the eye is a nice even oval shape, with smooth strokes outlining the upper and lower lid. Outline the eyelashes again, and place a few going in different directions. Page 6.

Extended Pencil Grayscale
Extend the range of your grayscale by combining various pencils. Page 2.

Continuous Shading
continous shading - practice doing a gradual, continous band of shading from light to dark. Page 3.

Chalk Drawing Exercise - Shade an Egg
Learn how to draw with white chalk on dark or black paper. This simple exercise helps you to practice shading with white on black to achieve realistic results when drawing on black paper or a blackboard or chalk board.

Setting Up The Chalk Drawing Exercise
First you need to set up a simple still life to draw, placing the egg on a suitable surface with good lighting. Page 2.

Chalk Drawing Exercise - Observing light and Shade
Observing the subject carefully is an important part of drawing. Here's a photo of the egg in this exercise. Note the core shadow, highlight and reflected light. There are more places where there are shadows and small highlights or reflected lights, and observing the fine detail will make your drawing more realistic. It seems like a very simple subject, but take your time and observe the subtle changes across its surface. Page 3.

Chalk Drawing Exercise - Sketching the Composition
Using a light line to place the subject on the paper. At this point we are just sketching the basic composition - it's very simple and gives us some key points to orient ourselves on the paper. Page 4.

Roughing In the Light
Blocking in the lighter tones. I like to start by roughing in the main light areas. Establishing some contrast where there's light background behind a darker are, as well as a touch of reflected light. Page 5.

The Finished Chalk Drawing
Continue building up the light tones across the egg. Resist the temptation to outline - if the fall of light means that the edge of the egg disappears into the background, let it. If you are observing the tones correctly, they should all fall into place and make sense to the eye. Page 6.

Applying Negative Space Drawing
Negative Space is an important concept in drawing, when you don't have the advantage of white paint. You need to leave light areas blank as you draw, so you'll constantly be observing negative space. Page 3.

How To Draw a Fashion Model
Follow along with this easy, step by step lesson which will teach you how to draw a beautiful, gorgeous fashion model girl. Page 8.

Ancient Warrior Coloring In Pages To Print And Color
Print Off These Ancient Warrior Characters and Color them in.

Spartan Coloring In Page
A classical style warrior to print and color. Print and color this Spartan warrior. Page 2.

A Native American Brave to Print and Color
Print Off These Ancient Warrior Characters and Color them in. Print and color this Native American 'Indian' brave or First Nations warrior character. Page 3.

A Japanese Samurai Warrior to Print and Color
Print and color this Japanse Samurai warrior character, great for kids craft or history projects. Print and make your own coloring book, or save to your hard drive and color-in with a photo editor. Page 4.

A Viking Warrior to Print and Color
Print Off These Ancient Warrior Characters and Color them in. Page 5.

Print and Color Cute Sea Animals
Print Off These Fun Sea Animal Characters and Color them in.

Print Off These Fun Sea Animal Characters and Color them in.
a fun electric eel joins the collection of sea animal colouring in pages. Page 2.

Print Off These Fun Sea Animal Characters and Color them in.
Print Off These Fun Sea Animal Characters and Color them in. Page 3.

An Awesome Octopus to Print and Color
a funky octopus to print and color in. Page 4.

How To Draw a Fashion Model
Follow along with this easy, step by step lesson which will teach you how to draw a beautiful, gorgeous fashion model girl.

How To Draw a Fashion Model
Follow along with this easy, step by step lesson which will teach you how to draw a beautiful, gorgeous fashion model girl. Page 2.

How To Draw a Fashion Model
Follow along with this easy, step by step lesson which will teach you how to draw a beautiful, gorgeous fashion model girl. Page 3.

How To Draw a Fashion Model
Follow along with this easy, step by step lesson which will teach you how to draw a beautiful, gorgeous fashion model girl. Page 4.

How To Draw a Fashion Model
Follow along with this easy, step by step lesson which will teach you how to draw a beautiful, gorgeous fashion model girl. Page 5.

How To Draw a Fashion Model
Follow along with this easy, step by step lesson which will teach you how to draw a beautiful, gorgeous fashion model girl. Page 6.

How To Draw a Fashion Model
Follow along with this easy, step by step lesson which will teach you how to draw a beautiful, gorgeous fashion model girl. In this step draw her hair. Page 7.

Figure Drawing: Structure
Figure drawing: drawing the basic structure of the figure. Using a structural drawing approach in life drawing.

Drawing the Sky - Choosing Tonal Values
Tips on how to draw the sky, looking at tonal values, light and different kinds of skies. Improve your landscape drawings and sketches with these tips on drawing skies.

Drawing the Sky - An Overcast Day
drawing an overcast sky - how to approach drawing an overcast sky. Lack of shadows and contrast can make drawing an overcast scene very challenging! Page 2.

Drawing the Sky - Exercise - Charcoal Clouds
Having trouble with drawing clouds? Try this charcoal drawing exercise to loosen up. Page 4.

Figure Drawing With Line and Contour
Applying contour drawing principles to figure drawing. Drawing the human form with line and color.

Figure Drawing: Line and Contour - Gestural Structure
A common problem with pure contour drawing is that as the tempo of drawing changes, and as we focus in on one small area at a time, it can be difficult to preserve the proportions of the figure. Gradually errors compound and the figure becomes distorted. To remedy this, practice using structural composition methods. Page 2.

Figure Drawing: Line and Contour - Short Pose
The short-pose contour drawing asks the artist to visualize the figure as a whole, observing the entire composition, choosing the essential lines and capturing them in a few moments. These are excellent practice in developing a confident, flowing line. Page 3.

Figure Drawing: Line and Contour - Selective Tone
Selective Tone: In this drawing I attempted to keep the line as simple and elegant as possible, using just a little tone to describe the shadows under the hair., and slightly model the face. The modeling of the face has gone awry - at this time, I hadn't learned any strategies for tackling the head - but it is otherwise successful, I think. Page 6.

Figure Drawing: Line and Contour - Expressive Line
Confidence is critical in figure drawing. You can get away with murder so long as your line is sure. Page 7.

Eye Drawing Demonstration
Learn how to draw a beautiful eye step by step with this easy eye drawing demonstration.

Draw the Eye Outlines
Beginning the eye drawing with an outline of the eyelids, iris and pupil. Page 2.

Shading the Iris
Shading the iris instantly brings the eye to life. First check for any highlights cutting across the eye surface. Page 3.

Draw the Eye - Smoothing the Shading
The eye drawing is almost finished. The shading in the eye is completed, making sure the white highlights are crisp. Notice the shadow drawn under the upper eyelid. This helps to give it a more three-dimensional look. Page 5.

How to Draw the Mouth
Tips on drawing the mouth. One of the trickiest parts of portraiture to get right is drawing the lips and teeth. Here are some tips on drawing a lifelike mouth to make your portrait successful.

How to Draw the Mouth - Structure
observing the structure of the face to place the mouth correctly. Page 2.

Shading the Mouth and Lips
adding middle values to describe the tones of the face and mouth, with line to define the shapes and detail. Page 3.

How to Draw Lips - What Not to Do
what not to do when drawing the lips - outlining in ink makes your subject's lips look like comical cut-outs. Page 4.

Drawing the Lips in Ink Wash
using an ink wash to define the planes of the mouth. Page 5.

Drawing the Mouth - Ink Wash and Line
using ink and wash to draw the mouth - completing the sketch of the mouth using ink wash. Page 6.

Finishing your frog sketch
finish you frog sketch, adding detail and cleaning up unneeded structural lines. Page 8.

Manga Valentine Sketch - Begin with a Manga Character Sketch
Shinaebi starts the drawing process by sketching the character. She makes sure that the head and body are in the correct proportions for this style of Manga character, lightly sketching in the head and shoulders before adding hair and clothing. Page 2.

Manga Valentine Outline - Manga Character Outline
Once she's happy with the design, Shinaebi creates a clean outline. On the computer, you can create a new layer and trace your drawing. By hand, you can use a fresh sheet of paper and trace your sketch. Page 3.

Manga Valentine - First Color Fill
Using a computer graphics program makes it very easy to add color to your drawing, simply using the 'paint bucket' fill tool to fill each area. Page 4.

Manga Valentine - Adding Shadow
A darker, co-ordinating tone is selected to add detail to buttonholes, shadows, creases and folds in the fabric. Page 5.

Manga Valentine - Shading the Body
Shading is added to the legs, following the shape of the skirt and down one side. Use the same color for the shadow on all the areas of skin. Page 6.

Manga Hair - Adding Highlights
Highlights add life to the hair. Very smooth hair will have quite a straight band of highlight, while the rough sectioned style of this character uses a zig-zag sort of shape to add texture. Because of the direction of light, the highlights travel across the head, not down the hair as though dyed. Page 7.

Adding Detail to the Manga Character's Face
Add highlights and details to your Manga character's face to really bring her to life. Keep it simple though! Page 8.

Completing the Manga Valentine Card
Complete your Manga Valentine card with a simple Valentine greeting. Shinaebi has added some simple, casual heart shapes to decorate the sides of the card. You might like to do something similar, or, you could add a background or patterns of your own. Page 9.

easy frog - add color
use your graphics program to add color. Page 3.

Sketch a Green Tree Frog - Reference Photo
Make a lifelike sketch of a green tree frog. Page 4.

Tree Frog basic shapes
add some color to your tropical fish. Page 5.

Manga Valentine - Draw a Manga Valentine's Day Card
Draw your own Manga Valentine's Day card by following this step by step tutorial with drawings by Shinaebi.

Draw a Dog in Colored Pencil - A German Shepherd Portrait
Renowned artist Janet Griffin-Scott shows you how to draw a German Shepherd dog in colored pencil. Draw this beautiful dog step by step.

Drawing the Hair and Fur
Building heavy layers towards completion of the drawing. Page 10.

Final Layers of the German Shepherd Drawing
Here I have put in white highlights in her eyes, which really help add dimension. I darken her pupils and the hair around her eyebrow areas by pressing harder on the pencil and going over the same strokes again and again. Page 11.

The Completed German Shepherd Dog Drawing
Completing the portrait of this beautiful German Shepherd dog. Here I have added about six more layers of Cream and Sienna (Yellow Ochre pencils) in light soft layers. As the layers build up the surface gets more and more soft and loaded with pigment. Page 12.

Draw a Dog - Sketching the Structure
As usual, I begin with a detailed sketch of the cat based on the photo reference. I use rough guidelines to suggest where the stripes will be, the size, shape and position of the eyes and even the direction of the whiskers. Page 2.

Draw a Dog - Preliminary Sketching
Adding some more guidelines and detail to the drawing, working on some important features and the overall composition. Page 3.

Transfer the Sketch to Paper
Transfering the prepared sketch to the drawing paper. If you want a very crisp finish on your drawing, sometimes it's better to start a fresh sheet and trace your sketch, rather than sketching directly. Page 4.

First Layers of Colour
Laying down the first base layers of color onto the drawing. Page 5.

Adding Warmth
Outlining the ears and adding details of hairs. Page 6.

Continuing the Mask
Adding black strokes to define her nose, the nostrils and her lips, darkening details, adding hairs on muzzle and ears. Page 8.

Developing Texture and Colour
Drawing the dog's collar and adding some touches of colour to areas in the drawing. Page 9.

How to Draw a Hula Dancer Girl
Follow along with this drawing lesson and use easy, step-by-step instructions to teach you how to draw a girl Hula Dancer.

How to Draw a Hula Dancer Girl
Follow along with this drawing lesson and use easy, step-by-step instructions to teach you how to draw a girl Hula Dancer. Page 2.

Draw a Hula Dancer Step by Step
Continue drawing the hula girl. Using simple lines to draw her arms and legs. Page 3.

Draw Hair and Clothing on the Hula Girl
Drawing the hula dancer's skirt and hair. Follow my drawing closely to draw these simple shapes. Notice that I have drawn her hair flowing downward while her skirt is swaying to the opposite side. Page 4.

Draw the Face and Costume of the Hula Girl
Follow along with this drawing lesson and use easy, step-by-step instructions to teach you how to draw a girl Hula Dancer. Page 5.

Color In the Hula Dancer
Finishing the hula dancer drawing. Have fun coloring her in, and if you wish, click on my drawing so that a larger picture will appear. You can print this and color in my drawing as well. Page 6.

How To Draw Cartoons - Cartoon Surfer
Learn to Draw cartoon people - draw a cool cartoon surfer. Drawing sports people can be tricky, with interesting poses and action. Shawn makes it simple with easy steps to follow in this cartoon surfer drawing lesson.

How To Draw Cartoons - Cartoon Surfer
Follow along with this drawing lesson and use easy, step-by-step instructions to teach you how to draw a Surfer. Learn how to draw cartoons. Page 2.

How To Draw Cartoons - Cartoon Surfer
Follow along with this drawing lesson and use easy, step-by-step instructions to teach you how to draw a Surfer. Learn how to draw cartoons. Page 3.

How To Draw Cartoons - Cartoon Surfer
Follow along with this drawing lesson and use easy, step-by-step instructions to teach you how to draw a Surfer. Learn how to draw cartoons. Page 4.

How To Draw Cartoons - Cartoon Surfer
Follow along with this drawing lesson and use easy, step-by-step instructions to teach you how to draw a Surfer. Learn how to draw cartoons. Page 5.

How To Draw A Comic Book Battle Scene
Follow these easy, step by step instructions to learn how to draw beautiful comic book women engaged in combat.

How To Draw A Comic Book Battle Scene
Follow these easy, step by step instructions to learn how to draw beautiful comic book women engaged in combat. Page 2.

How To Draw A Comic Book Battle Scene
Follow these easy, step by step instructions to learn how to draw beautiful comic book women engaged in combat. Page 3.

How To Draw A Comic Book Battle Scene
Follow these easy, step by step instructions to learn how to draw beautiful comic book women engaged in combat. Page 4.

How To Draw A Comic Book Battle Scene
Follow these easy, step by step instructions to learn how to draw beautiful comic book women engaged in combat. Page 5.

How To Draw A Comic Book Battle Scene
Follow these easy, step by step instructions to learn how to draw beautiful comic book women engaged in combat. Page 6.

How To Draw A Comic Book Battle Scene
Follow these easy, step by step instructions to learn how to draw beautiful comic book women engaged in combat. Page 7.

How To Draw A Comic Book Battle Scene
Follow these easy, step by step instructions to learn how to draw beautiful comic book women engaged in combat. Page 8.

How To Draw a Fashion Model Winter Outfit
Follow along with this easy, step by step lesson which will teach you how to draw a beautiful, gorgeous fashion model girl.

How to Draw Cartoons - Draw a Sun
What greater icon of summer will we ever think of than the sun itself? This simple and easy sun cartoon character is cool and easy to draw. This easy step by step drawing lesson is very short and sweet.

How to Draw Cartoons - Draw a Sun
irst, draw the ellipse that will make the sun itself. Notice how it has a sense of weight by not being a circle. Next, lightly draw the red lines, all of them coming from the center. Notice how nearly all of the curve to our left. Page 2.

How to Draw Cartoons - Draw a Sun
Follow along with this drawing lesson and use easy, step-by-step instructions to teach you how to draw a sun. Page 3.

How to Draw Cartoons - Draw a Sun
Follow along with this drawing lesson and use easy, step-by-step instructions to teach you how to draw a sun. Page 4.

How to Draw Cartoons - Draw a Sun
Follow along with this drawing lesson and use easy, step-by-step instructions to teach you how to draw a sun. Page 5.

How To Draw A Cartoon Girl Super Spy
Follow this drawing tutorial to learn how to draw a cartoon girl super spy. Learn how to draw step by step.

How To Draw A Cartoon Girl Super Spy
Learn step by step instructions for how to draw a cartoon girl super spy. Page 10.

How To Draw A Cartoon Girl Super Spy
Learn step by step instructions for how to draw a cartoon girl super spy. Page 11.

How To Draw A Cartoon Girl Super Spy
Follow this drawing tutorial to learn how to draw a cartoon girl super spy. Learn how to draw step by step. Page 2.

How To Draw A Cartoon Girl Super Spy
Follow this drawing tutorial to learn how to draw a cartoon girl super spy. Learn how to draw step by step. Page 3.

How To Draw A Cartoon Girl Super Spy
Learn step by step instructions for how to draw a cartoon girl super spy. Page 4.

How To Draw A Cartoon Girl Super Spy
Learn step by step instructions for how to draw a cartoon girl super spy. Page 5.

How To Draw A Cartoon Girl Super Spy
Learn step by step instructions for how to draw a cartoon girl super spy. Page 6.

How To Draw A Cartoon Girl Super Spy
Learn step by step instructions for how to draw a cartoon girl super spy. Page 7.

How To Draw A Cartoon Girl Super Spy
Learn step by step instructions for how to draw a cartoon girl super spy. Page 8.

How To Draw A Cartoon Girl Super Spy
Learn step by step instructions for how to draw a cartoon girl super spy. Page 9.

Draw a Comic Book Hero
How to draw a comic book hero - follow the steps to create this classic African American comic book hero. Styled like the Fresh Prince meets Superman, here's a funky superhero to draw.

Draw a Super Girl Character
Draw a Super Girl character - learn how to draw a girl comic book character. Learn how to draw a super girl comic book character.

Draw a Super Girl or Fantasy Woman - Draw Her Body
The next step in drawing our girl super hero is to draw her body. Well, we're calling her a girl but she's really very grown up, an adult woman, with curvy hips and all the rest! Page 2.

Draw a Super Girl Character
Learn how to draw a superhero girl comic book character. Page 3.

Draw Female Cartoon Characters
What about FEMALE characters? They are actually made into different combos much like the male characters are. One big difference is the eyes. Their eyes have eyelashes, of course! Their mouths often have lips, too! Page 3.

Draw T-Rex - Complete the T-Rex Outline Drawing
The finishing touches to the T-Rex are all about furthering the appearance of his texture. I widened the lines where shadow needed to be shown, and added little dots around those areas to show texture. Adding these little details will help to make our T-Rex look like a living lizard today. You can also use this picture to trace or color-in. Page 10.

Draw T-Rex - Adding Color to T-Rex Dinosaur
Lastly, I added some color that would fit on many of today's reptiles. Browns and greens blend together to help these creatures blend into their environment. But remember, many reptiles come in bright and bold reds and yellows and even blues, so feel free to be creative with whatever colors you choose for your T-Rex dinosaur drawing. Page 11.

Drawing the T-Rex Dinosaur - Begin Drawing the T-Rex Dinosaur
To begin drawing the T-Rex , draw three ovals as shown. Notice how the biggest oval has somewhat of an egg shape. Page 2.

Drawing a T-Rex Dinosaur - Drawing the Dinosaur's Tail
Drawing the T-Rex - add the tail. Notice the darkest line runs along the top of the tail. The next two lines finish the shape. Page 3.

Draw a T-Rex Dinosaur - Add the Legs
Now draw the T-Rex's legs. The dotted lines show how the first shape is much like an oval. Page 4.

Draw a T-Rex - Draw the Feet
A T-Rex has three large toes on each foot. His right leg is positioned so that we can see the back talon peeking from behind. Page 5.

Draw T-Rex's 'Arms'
His arms are next. His hands have only two fingers. Notice how his right arm is attached the oval in the middle of his body. Page 6.

Drawing T-Rex - Begin Drawing T-Rex's Head
Drawing the T-Rex head. I lightened the areas of the ovals that you will want to erase after you have drawn in his basic head features. Notice how his left eye overlaps the head oval. Also notice how his eyes are near the top of his head. Page 7.

Draw a Cartoon Dinosaur - Next Steps
Continuing T-Rex's head. We'll add some wrinkles, his nostril and his teeth. Secondly, follow the light red lines to draw his gums, the inner line of his mouth, and his neck. Lastly, erase the ovals where I have lightened the black to grey. Page 8.

Draw T-Rex - Adding Detail
Now we add some details to our T-Rex. I added a pupil in his eye and sharpened up some of the lines. An important part of drawing is learning how to render textures. Reptiles telnd to have very bumpy, leathery skin. After drawing in these wrinkles, we will explore that further. Page 9.

Draw a Cute Cartoon Girl - Finishing Touches
Finishing your drawing of the cute cartoon school girl. For a finishing touch, tracing the outline of the drawing with a dark line looks nice. Now she's ready to go have fun! Page 8.

Dinosaur Art - Draw a Stegosaurus Dinosaur Picture
Dinosaur Art for kids - draw this cute Stegosaurus dinosaur picture. This is the picture of the dinosaur that we will be drawing in this free online drawing lessons.

Draw a Stegosaurus Dinosaur - Begin Drawing Your Stegosaurus
Begin drawing the brontosaurus dinosaur cartoon. Page 2.

Draw a Stegosaurus Dinosaur - Draw the Legs
The next step is to draw the dinosaur's legs. Easy! These four simple, curved lines make his legs. Page 3.

Draw the Dino's Feet
Drawing stegosaurus - Four circles that are slightly flattened will make his feet. Page 4.

Draw Toenails on Stegosaurus
Next add little oval shapes for his toenails. Each foot has three toenails. Page 5.

Dinosaur Art - Draw a Stegosaurus Dinosaur Picture
Continuing to draw Stegosaurus' plates - Outline the back plates by using the same shapes as each plate on the side closest to us. Page 7.

Add Tail Spikes to Stegosaurus
The tail spikes on this cute Stegosaurus are very simple. They are just long, stretched out ovals. He has four of them. Page 8.

Draw the Dino's Eyes
Draw a Dinosaur- adding the eyes. His eye is just an oval. Add a curved line for an eyebrow. Add another one to show he has an eyebrow on the other side of his head too. Page 9.

Drawing on a Budget
Drawing on a Budget - making art with low-cost art supplies

Choosing Art and Drawing Supplies for Kids
A guide to choosing art supplies and equipment for children - age-appropriate art materials for kids.

color pencil anime
how to color your anime manga style drawings with colored pencils. How to select a color scheme and achieve a clean fresh finish in your manga anime drawings.

Drawing Glossary Index - An Index of Drawing Terms
The Drawing Glossary - Alphabetical Index. Find the drawing term you're looking for and check spelling and pronunciation in this index of drawing terminology and jargon.

Why is Art Paper so Expensive?
When you first go to an art store to buy some good paper for drawing or watercolor, the cost seems outrageous. How can one sheet of drawing paper cost as much as a whole packet of office paper? Find out what makes good art paper so expensive, and get some tips to help ease the pain in your wallet.

Sketch of the Day 2006
Sketch of the Day gallery for 2006 - my daily sketchbook scribblings, along with guest contributions from forum members joining in our Sketch of the Day project for 2006. Page 3.

Cross Contour Drawing
Next in this learn to draw series is cross contour drawing. Find out what cross contours are, and how to use them to make your drawing more three-dimensional.. Page 6.

Sunflower Still Life Drawing
a charcoal and colored pencil study of sunflowers

Doodle and Symbol Interpretation - Arrows
The symbolic meaning of arrows in doodles, drawings and dreams.

Blackwater Falls, Frozen - Reference Photos - Winter Snow Scenes
Blackwater Falls, Frozen - Reference photos - winter snow scenes for drawing. Page 7.

Blackwater Falls Frozen - Detail Reference Photos - Winter Snow Scenes
Blackwater Falls Frozen - Detail Reference photos - winter snow scenes for drawing. Page 8.

Creek and Snowy Bank - Detail, Icicles Reference Photos - Winter Snow Scenes
Creek and Snowy Bank - Detail, Icicles Reference photos - winter snow scenes for drawing. Page 12.

Creek and Snowy Bank Reference Photos - Winter Snow Scenes
Creek and Snowy Bank Reference photos - winter snow scenes for drawing. Page 11.

Creek in Winter - Reference Photos - Winter Snow Scenes
Creek in Winter - Reference photos - winter snow scenes for drawing. Page 10.

Deer in the Woods, Winter Reference Photos - Winter Snow Scenes
Deer in the Woods, Winter Reference photos - winter snow scenes for drawing. Page 9.

Park Bench in the Snow - Detail - Reference Photos - Winter Snow Scenes
Park Bench in the Snow - Detail -Reference photos - winter snow scenes for drawing. Page 6.

Park Bench in the Snow - Reference Photos - Winter Snow Scenes
Park Bench in the Snow -Reference photos - winter snow scenes for drawing. Page 5.

Ski Run Reference Photos - Winter Snow Scenes
Ski Run Reference photos - winter snow scenes for drawing. Page 13.

Reference Photos - Winter Snow Scenes
Reference photos - winter snow scenes for drawing. Page 2.

Winter Creek 3 - Reference Photos - Winter Snow Scenes
Reference photos - winter snow scenes for drawing. Page 3.

Winter Creek 3 Detail - Reference Photos - Winter Snow Scenes
Reference photos - winter snow scenes for drawing. Page 4.

Draw a Comic Book Hero - Outline
Draw a comic book hero - drawing the outline for your comic book superhero. Copy or trace the example or print and color-in. Ideal for printing out as a coloring in page. Page 2.

Draw a Comic Book Hero - The Completed Character
The completed comic book hero. I asked our Shawn to create a character based on Will Smith, one of my favorite actors. He's such a great action hero, I could just see him in his own comic book! So here's the character Shawn created for us. A classic comic book hero ready to zap the zombies! Page 3.

Doodle and Symbol Interpretation - Ladders
Possible meanings for the interpretation of ladder images and symbols in doodling, drawings and dreams.

Doodle and Symbol Interpretation - Abstract Shapes
Interpreting the meaning of abstract shapes, doodle drawings and symbol analysis in drawing random forms

The completed two-point perspective pyramid
The completed two-point perspective pyramid drawing. Page 10.

Draw a 3D Pyramid in Perspective Step 2
Draw a 3D pyramid in perspective step two - find the center of the base. Page 2.

Finishing the pyramid perspective drawing
finish off our pyramid drawing, erasing the construction lines. Page 5.

Completing the 2-point pyramid base
placing the back edges of the two point pyramid base. Page 7.

Set the height of the two-point pyramid
using a vertical line to set the height of the pyramid. Page 8.

Finishing the 2-point perspective pyramid
draw the sides, add some sand and camels..... Page 9.

Find the Center of a Square or Rectangle in Perspective Step 2
Find the Center of a Square or Rectangle in Perspective Step 2 - now you have found the center, what can you do with it? Page 2.

Find the Centre of a Square or Rectangle in Perspective Step 3
Find the Center of a Square or Rectangle in Perspective Step 3. Page 3.

Find the Centre of a Square or Rectangle in Perspective Step 4
Find the Centre of a Square or Rectangle in Perspective Step 4 - repeating the process to further divide your square or rectangle. Page 4.

Atmospheric Perspective in Composition
Atmospheric perspective offers exciting creative opportunities.Have fun with the creative possibilities of aerial perspective. Try thinking about atmospheric perspective as a focus of your piece, rather than the details of the landscape itself. Page 10.

What is Aerial Perspective?
What is Aerial or atmospheric perspective? It is what happens to light when passing through an atmosphere. The purpose of using aerial perspective is to give our drawings depth and reality, whether they are based on a real place or from our imaginations. Page 2.

Drawing Aerial Perspective
What is Aerial or atmospheric perspective? It is what happens to light when passing through an atmosphere. Page 3.

Observe the Horizon
drawing aerial perspective. Drawing / Sketching. Page 5.

Drawing the Distance First
But what does this mean when we draw? How does it effect how we work? We are going to use value contrasts to give the impression of depth in our drawings, beginning by lightly sketching the main shapes and shading the lightest tones. Ofen we draw our subject first, then add the distance as a background, but in landscape drawing, it can be useful to reverse this approach. Page 6.

Developing the Drawing - Land Formations
These furthest objects should almost blend into the sky; so toning the sky will add to the depth and beauty of your work. The sky is an important part of a landscape drawing, so attention to this is also important. Page 7.

Aerial Perspective Is Not Aerial Landscape
Aerial Perspective Is Not Aerial Landscape - don't confuse 'birds eye view' aerial landscapes with the 'perspective of disappearance' of aerial or atmospheric perspective. Page 9.

Draw a Cute Tree Frog
Draw a cute tree frog. Drawing / Sketching.

Easy Frog - add face and feet
adding face and feet to the frog. Page 2.

Tree Frog - Add the Legs
draw the tree frog's legs. Drawing / Sketching. Page 6.

Tree Frog - add detail
adding detail to your frog sketch. Page 7.

Drawing the Sky - Sunset
tips on observing sunsets for drawing - drawing sunsets in grayscale. Page 3.

Using a Brush to Clean a Drawing
employ a soft bristles brush to sweep away any debris that may get on their drawings. Any soft brush will work, although the ones specially made for drafting work very well. Page 2.

Dry Cleaning your Drawing
Document Dry Cleaning pads like the one shown are designed to release a grit-free powder that absorbs dirt and other debris from your drawings and allows them to be brushed away without streaking. It can be use on polyester, film, cloth, vellum and papers. Page 3.

Draw a Manga Head - Drawing the Face Outline
Completing the face shape of your manga drawing. To draw the face of your Manga character, first find the center of the circle, and draw a vertical line beginning at the top of the circle. Page 2.

Draw a Manga Head -Placing the Eyes
In manga, Placement of the eyes can be tricky. I sometimes draw guidelines for myself to indicate where the pupils will go. Remember in three-quarter view that the eyes are narrower, Page 4.

Draw a Manga Head - Adding the Hairline
Drawing Manga eyes - Let's discuss your Manga and Anime eye options for a moment. The four eyes show here are little more than a starting point. In fact your options are virtually limitless! Page 5.

Draw a Manga Head in Three Quarter View - Finishing
Finishing up your drawing of a manga head in three quarter view. Clean up the drawing and add details such as the cheekbones and temple. Page 6.

Figure Drawing: Line and Contour - Continuous Line
Continuous line moves between contour and cross-contour in a flowing exploration of the figure. These can be short poses, as in this example, or longer, more detailed drawings. Page 4.

Figure Drawing: Line and Contour
Exploratory line is, as the name implies, an indirect approach to the contour, 'looking for' the line through space. Page 5.

Figure Drawing: Sketching the 'Armature'
Beginning the figure drawing by sketching a simple armature. Page 2.

Figure Drawing: Structure - drawing the 'mannikin'
Using simplified forms to develop the structure of the figure. Page 3.

Figure Drawing: Structure - Volume and Gravity
Correctly align the center axes of the limbs and torso, and place the feet carefully to establish the center of gravity. Page 4.

Figure Drawing: Structure - Volume and Cross-Contour
a simple ellipse offers a lot of information when describing a form. Page 5.

Figure Drawing: Structure - Gestural Structure
Building structure doesn't have to be a laborious process. It quickly becomes instinctive. In this short-pose example, the underlying structure is sketched in a matter of moments, with a handful of brief, eloquent lines describing the contour of back, breast and arm. Page 6.

Figure Drawing: Structure - Exploring Form
This drawing builds on basic structure with broad, loose shading and expressive contours. The sense of volume is particularly strong through the torso and thigh, largely due to the use of cross-contour; the shading in this drawing has more of an expressive, rather than descriptive function. Page 7.

Eye Drawing - Shading and Shadows
Now your drawing is starting to come to life. Adding shading and shadows, we look at the tones of our model and reserve highlights. Page 4.

Eye Drawing - The completed Eye Drawing
To finish off the eye drawing, I've softened some of the shading further to create quite a smooth effect, and crisped up the highlights in the eye. Then I've added the eyelashes. Page 6.

Negative Space Drawing - Observing Shapes and Spaces
Negative space drawing - correctly observe the spaces and shapes between object elements to create a negative space drawing. Page 2.

Drawing the Colored Pencil Background - Blending
After placing colour down I rub it with a Kleenex to smudge and blend the colours. This takes many many layers build up slowly, carefully and patiently so that the colour is flat and not uneven. Page 10.

The Artist's Working Proess
This is how I usually work, the photo reference in my left hand and the coloured pencil in my right, constantly looking between the two surfaces. I am using matt board for the drawing here and I cushion it on the sketch pad I have open so the colours stay flat. Page 2.

Creating Smooth Background Colour
I continue adding layers of colour and flattening them with the Kleenex and Qtips. This is perhaps the most time consuming part of the drawing. It took three times as long to get the background flat and clean compared to drawing the entire cat and markings. Page 5.

Using a Slip Sheet
This demonstrates the use of slip sheet. The drawing has now been placed under the top page of the sketchbook to prevent smudging by my hand as I work over areas in the drawing already completed that I do not want to smudge or blend any further. Page 6.

Using Masking Fluid in Colored Pencil Drawing
It is hard to see in the photos I took but before I began the cat drawing I masked out the whiskers with Windsor Newton masking fluid which was painted on with a #1 brush. This was to cover the areas that are going to be the white whiskers of the cat so that the drawing can progress and these areas can be kept spotlessly white. Page 7.

Painting Whiskers
I decide I want to go over the white whisker areas in either gouache Titanium white, or acrylic as they are still slightly smudged and grey. In this case I used acrylic and a #1 brush but either type of paint works well here. I used about four layers and made the end of the whiskers pointed for realism and accuracy. Page 8.

Drawing the Background - Shading
These last two photos demonstrate how I was able to achieve the coloured variations in the background of the drawing. Page 9.

Keeping Pencils Sharp
This is the simple inexpensive sharpener that I use, available at all office supply stores. It helps keep a nice sharp point on the lead without shaving down too much of the pencil and wasting it unnecessarily. Page 2.

Blending Colored Pencil
A technique used for blending large areas of background color and creating a smooth, even surface. Page 3.

Fixing Colored Pencil Mistakes - Erasing and Brushing
This shows the use of a house painting brush to easily and quickly brush away eraser crumbs. I normally use Vinyl Staedtler Mars erasers when working in coloured pencil. They can also be used on their flat sides as a smudging and blending tool with very little pressure used. They have also sharp edges that can be used to do very small areas. Page 4.

Fixing Pigment Blobs - Cleaning With A Blade
How to fix a blob of pigment or mistake on a layered colored pencil drawing. Removing wax buildup and excess pigment with a blade or knife. Page 5.

Colored Pencil Shading Technique
Here we see the flattened way of holding the coloured pencil so that the largest area of the lead touches the paper, for doing large areas such as the pink in her ears and the background flat color. This method helps cover larger areas all at once and prevents you from having small sharp strokes showing, Many layers can be built up this way and colors blended in a creamy waxy layer. Colored pencil is unique in this soft flexible way of the media sticking to the paper. Page 6.

A Beautiful Cartoon Girl - Filling Out the Character
Filling out the beautiful cartoon girl's figure with elegant lines. This beautiful beach babe girl could be a superhero or a schoolgirl depending on how you finish your drawing and choose accessories. Page 2.

Draw a Beautiful Beach Babe - Adding Anatomical Details
Draw a Beautiful Beach Babe - give your beach babe some killer curves. Page 3.

Draw the Cartoon Girl's Face - Drawing the Face
To make your cartoon girl character beautiful, she needs a beautiful face. Take your time and draw her carefully! Page 4.

Outline the Cartoon Beach Babe
To give this beautiful cartoon beach babe some style, the hair is completed with elegantly curved lines. Adding some thickness to the detail lines help to make them more defined. As always, I like to thicken the outline of the character to create a strong, clean look. Page 5.

Color the Cartoon Girl Beach Babe
Finish your cartoon beach babe with some color. Make her a beautiful beach babe, or a superhero with a cape. Page 6.

Draw a Dinosaur- Coloring the Brontosaurus Dinosaur
Coloring the Dinosaur. All we have left to do is color him in! You can color him whatever colors you like. You can give him stripes or any other patterns on his skin. I colored in some spots on mine. Hope you had fun drawing this dino! Page 10.

Draw a Dinosaur- Begin Drawing Brontosaurus Dinosaur Cartoon
Begin drawing the brontosaurus dinosaur cartoon. Page 2.

Draw a Dinosaur- Draw a Brontosaurus Dinosaur Cartoon
Draw a Dinosaur- Draw a Brontosaurus Dinosaur Cartoon. Next we'll draw two ovals for eyes and two ovals for pupils. Also add a dot for a nostril. Page 3.

Draw a Brontosaurus Dinosaur
Drawing a brontosaurus - complete the head In this step, we will erase the back curve of his head, as seen by the dotted line. Next, draw two curved lines for eyebrows, and then a simple smile. Page 4.

Draw a Dinosaur- Draw the Dinosaur's Neck
Draw a Dinosaur- How to Draw a Brontosaurus Dinosaur Cartoon. Next we'll draw his long neck! Two backward

Draw a Dinosaur - Draw the Dinosaur's Body
Draw a Dinosaur - Our easy-going bronto needs a big oval for his body. Notice how it overlaps his neck-lines before you draw it. Page 6.

Draw a Dinosaur- Draw the Legs
Draw a Dinosaur- This guy's legs are really easy to draw. They are just a couple of upside down triangles with a line going through the center of them. I drew arrows to show you how the triangle connect to the outside shape of his body. Page 7.

Draw a Dinosaur- Feet and Tail
Draw a Dinosaur- His feet are easy to draw too. They are basically semi-circle shapes that are drawn at the bottom of the legs. Next, draw his tail, which is made of another two curved lines. Page 8.

Draw a Dinosaur- Finish the Outline
Draw a Dinosaur- How to Draw a Brontosaurus Dinosaur Cartoon. Page 9.

Draw a Cute Cartoon Girl - Draw Her Hair
Add some stylish blonde hair to the cartoon girl drawing. Starting with a few simple lines to work out the hairstyle. It's much easier than it looks to draw a cartoon of a girl. Page 2.

Draw a Cute Cartoon Girl - Adding Fashion
Draw this cute cartoon girl, following the easy step by step examples drawn by guest artist and author Shawn Encarnacion. Step 3 - giving her some fashion - Draw curved lines in the hair rectangle to add interesting shapes. Add sleeves at the top of the arms, and

Draw a Cute Cartoon Girl - Add More Detail
Draw this cute cartoon girl, following the easy step by step examples drawn by guest artist and author Shawn Encarnacion. Step 4 - Draw a small rectangle on the left corner of the hair, and then draw a funny

Draw a Cute Cartoon Girl - A Few More Lines
Draw this cute cartoon girl, following the easy step by step examples drawn by guest artist and author Shawn Encarnacion. Step 5 - Drawing simple lines in the triangles will make more fingers easily. Adding upside-down

Draw a Cute Cartoon Girl - Draw the Face
Drawing the cute cartoon girl's face - Now it's time to draw a face on the cartoon girl. Lightly drawing a curved cross through the face will help place the facial features correctly. Add ovals for eyes, a curved triangle for a nose, and a mouth. Page 6.

Draw a Cute Cartoon Girl - Add Some Style
Cute blonde cartoon school girl- She needs a little style, let's give her some. Draw a curved rectangle for a bracelet, and a square for a purse. Thev add a stap and flap with simple lines. Coloring in the sleeves and shoes adds a little more style. Draw an oval design on her shirt. Page 7.

Cartoon Features and Facial Hair
Accessories and facial hair are usually made of simple shapes too. These can add kinds of combos too. Sometimes you can create new features like this beard by simply coloring in some the space. Page 2.

Cartoon Girl Hairstyles
Time to be the stylist again for your girl cartoon characters. Just like with the guys, make new combos of hair and accessories, as well as noses! Try different styles with one character until you have her the way you like. The shapes can change size too. See what happens when mix up the combinations? Page 4.

Cartoon Face Expressions - Creating Expressions
Now to change expressions. This is done mostly by changing 3 things: Eyebrows, Eyelids, and Mouths. Let's look at what happens when we change up the Eyebrows. Notice that the eyebrows are just a pair of simple line curved in different ways. Page 5.

Expressive Cartoon Features
Cartoon eyes and mouths made of very simple shapes. See how greatly they change the expressions when mixed in new combos. Page 6.

Cartoon Girl Faces - Drawing Cartoon Girl Faces
The same combinations of basic shapes work for your girl cartoon characters. See how many different expressions you can create with combos of simple eyebrows, eyes and mouths. Page 7.

Cartoon Face Combinations
The combinations are endless, just like the possibilities! Mix and match until you are comfortable making your own characters. In the next lesson, we will learn to give them bodies. See you then! Page 8.

Complete Stegosaurus' Head
Complete Stegosaurus' head by adding a nostril and a smile. Page 10.

Dinosaur Picture - The Finished Stegosaurus Dinosaur Picture
The Stegosaurus dinosaur picture is nearly done. For finishing touches, add some color. I added some spots too. Now your cute little stegosaurus is ready to have some prehistoric fun! Page 11.

Dinosaur Art - Draw a Stegosaurus Dinosaur Picture
Draw a Dinosaur - Our easy-going bronto needs a big oval for his body. Notice how it overlaps his neck-lines before you draw it. Page 6.

Draw a Superhero - Outline
Draw a Marvell style comic book hero - drawing the outline for your comic book superhero. Copy or trace the example or print and color-in. Page 2.

Draw a Superhero - The Completed Superhero Drawing
The completed superhero drawing. Here's a classic comic book character that you can create - maybe he's a little more stylish than a true Golden Age character but he's got the classic superhero physique and steely jaw. Adapt him to create your own unique superhero comic book character drawing. Page 3.

Starting in the Middle
Drawing with Charcoal - Soft Volume step 2: Starting in the Middle. Page 2.

Blocking In the Form
using charcoal to rough in the form without outlining. Page 3.

Developing the Form and Graduating Values
building the drawing by smoothing out the values, and further shading and erasing to develop the tonal range, bringing out the form. Page 4.

Completing the Drawing
Finishing off the charcoal drawing with precise highlights and shadows. Page 5.

Musculature of the Arm
A gallery of human anatomy reference images - Musculature of the Arm. Page 9.

Human Anatomy - Musculature of the Chest and Abdomen
Musculature of the Chest and Abs - reference image of the musculature of the chest and abdomen A gallery of human anatomy reference images. Page 2.

Human Anatomy - Musculature of the Foot
Musculature of the Foot - A gallery of human anatomy reference images. Page 3.

Human Anatomy - Musculature of the Hands
Musculature of the Hands - A gallery of human anatomy reference images. Page 4.

Musculature of the Head and Neck - Front
Musculature of the Head and Neck - Front - A gallery of human anatomy reference images. Page 5.

Musculature of the Legs - Back
Musculature of the Legs - Back - A gallery of human anatomy reference images. Page 7.

Musculature of the Legs - Front
Musculature of the Legs - Front - A gallery of human anatomy reference images. Page 6.

Musculature of the Torso
Musculature of the Torso - A gallery of human anatomy reference images. Page 8.

Peacock - Brilliant Blue
A beautiful photograph of a peacock showing its stunning blue feathers in detail. A creative commons image courtesy Trisha Shears. Page 2.

Cartoon - David Skidmore
Cartoon - David Skidmore. Drawing / Sketching. Page 2.

Children's Book Illustration
Children's Book Illustration. Drawing / Sketching.

Fantasy Drawing by Dan
a fantasy drawing by Dan, done in pen and ink. Page 2.

Story Tree
Story Tree - fantasy drawing. Drawing / Sketching. Page 3.

Blind Contour Drawing
Learn to draw - beginner lessons. Learn how to draw with these step by step lessons. Just start with the first one, and work your way through! Page 4.

Exploring Mark Making
Test out your art materials. Find out what each pencil can do by scribbling and shading, so that you know which one to choose for different drawing purposes. Page 2.

Pure Contour Outline
Pure contour drawing - outline drawing. Pure contour line drawing is the simplest form of linear expression. The line describes visible edges of an object from a particular point of view. This lesson explains what linear contour drawing is and offers some approaches to contour drawing. Page 5.

Wire Drawing Lesson
Wire Drawing lesson introduction. Learn how to draw with these step by step lessons. Just start with the first one, and work your way through! Page 3.

Doorknocker at Leeds Castle
Gothic textures at leeds castle. Moody Monday - Creative Commons images selected to inspire your creativity. Not just for copying, but to inspire you to think about composition, expression and mood in your drawing. Page 5.

Going Nowhere - Detail
a detail of the 'Going Nowhere' image Page 4.

Going Nowhere - Misty Pier
A lone figure dissappears into the mist on the end of a long, dark wooden pier. An evocative image to inspire your imagination. Page 3.

Gargoyle - Photo Reference of a Gargoyle Statue
Reference photo of a Gargoyle - draw this gothic fantasy gargoyle. Page 2.

Dragons and Fantasy
Dragons and Fantasy - a gallery of dragon and fantasy drawings and illustrations.

Brick Drawing Impressed Line
Brick Drawing - Impressed Line. Drawing / Sketching. Page 4.

Stone Wall Ink Pen Stipple Drawing
how to draw stonework in pen stipple - drawing texture example. Page 7.

Rough Hatched Brickwork
Rough Hatched Brickwork texture drawn in pen. Page 2.

Semi-formal Hatched Brickwork
Semi-formal Hatched Brickwork. Drawing / Sketching. Page 3.

Stippled Dark Bricks
how to draw stonework in pen - drawing texture example. Page 8.

Stone Wall Ink Pen Drawing
how to draw stonework in pen - drawing texture example. Page 5.

Stone Wall Pencil Drawing
how to draw stonework in pencil - drawing texture example. Page 6.

Pine Cone Study - Detail
A detail showing the pencil work in the pine cone study by Linda Weil. Page 3.

Pine Cone Study
a study of a pine cone drawn in graphite pencil by artist Linda Weil. Page 2.

Still Life and Studies Gallery - Still Life and Studies
A gallery of still life drawings and studies - finished drawings and exercises focusing on small objects and arrangements.

Apple - detail
apple closeup detail - a reference photo for drawing, with a closeup of an apple showing the detail of skin and water droplets. Page 4.

Apple Reference Photo
apple reference photo. Drawing / Sketching. Page 5.

Baseball
Baseball - a simple drawing exercise / reference photo. Page 3.

Lemon on a Plate
lemon on a plate. Drawing / Sketching. Page 7.

Old Copper Lamp
drawing reference photo - an old copper lamp. Page 8.

River Boats
A photograph of river boats courtesy S. Woods. A drawing reference photo of boats on a river. Page 6.

An Old Stone House
drawing reference photo - an old stone house. Page 12.

Bird at San Francisco Zoo
A photo of a colorful bird at San Francisco Zoo - an ideal subject for a colored pencil drawing. Page 11.

Boats at Dock in Dover Harbour
Drawing / Sketching. Page 22.

Boats at Dock Drawing Reference Photo
sailboats docked in the harbour. Drawing / Sketching. Page 23.

Boats in Dover Harbour
Boats in Dover Harbour. Drawing / Sketching. Page 36.

Brick Tudor Style Building
Brick Tudor Style Building. Drawing / Sketching. Page 14.

Brick Wall Rough Sketch
Brick Wall Rough Sketch. Drawing / Sketching. Page 16.

Mock Tudor Building and Brick Wall
Mock Tudor Building and Brick Wall. Page 15.

Melbourne Skyline - Cityscape
a drawing reference photo of Melbourne from the Yarra river. Page 25.

Drawing Projects - Boat in Dover Harbour, Detail
Drawing Projects- daily or weekly practice drawings to keep you drawing. Page 37.

Dover Castle - Detail
A detail of the drawing reference photo of Dover Castle, showing the windows, archway and stonework more clearly. Page 27.

Dover Castle Reference Photo
Drawing Projects- daily or weekly practice drawings to keep you drawing. Page 26.

Drawing Projects
Drawing Projects- daily or weekly practice drawings to keep you drawing. Page 28.

Drawing Project - Waterlily
Drawing Projects- daily or weekly practice drawings to keep you drawing - waterlily flower. Page 30.

Drawing Project - Waterlily (detail)
drawing project waterlily flower drawing detail. Page 31.

Eagle
Drawing Projects- daily or weekly practice drawings to keep you drawing. Page 9.

Fosdinovo Castle
A view of vapour trails and moon from Fosdinovo Castle. Page 10.

Goose Drawing Reference Photo
Drawing Projects - Goose reference photo. daily or weekly practice drawings to keep you drawing. Page 21.

Drawing Projects
Drawing Projects- daily or weekly practice drawings to keep you drawing. Page 20.

Drawing Projects - Dying Lion of Luzerne
Drawing Projects - daily or weekly practice drawings to keep you drawing. An image of the Dying Lion of Luzerne sculpture. Page 19.

Mock Tudor Closer View
Mock Tudor Building and Wall - Drawing reference photo. A closer detail showing the brick and timber pattern. Page 17.

Seashell - Drawing Reference Photo
Drawing / Sketching. Page 24.

Drawing Project - Shaggy Dog
'Shaggy Dog' reference photo for drawing. Page 29.

Sketch of a House
A sketch using casual line and tone to describe stonework. Page 13.

Squirrel Reference Photo
Drawing Projects- daily or weekly practice drawings to keep you drawing. Page 18.

Swan Closeup
Swan Closeup - drawing and painting reference photo. Page 33.

Swan - Drawing Reference Photo
Swan - Drawing Reference Photo. Drawing / Sketching. Page 32.

Drawing Projects - Swan Feathers, Detail
Drawing Projects- daily or weekly practice drawings to keep you drawing. This image shows details of the swan's feather pattern. Page 34.

Drawing Projects
Drawing Projects- daily or weekly practice drawings to keep you drawing. Page 35.

Indulgence - A drawing by Irene
A pen and ink drawing by Irene. Drawing / Sketching.

Lily - Charcoal Drawing
Lily - Charcoal Drawing. Drawing / Sketching. Page 2.

Love is All - Moonlight drawing in black and white
'Love is All' by Mili Agarwal. Drawing / Sketching. Page 3.