Clip Studio Paint for the iPad Pro continues to be dope.Read More
WARNING: If you have an extremely romantic view of art production, this Medium Moment might break your heart!Read More
Clip Studio Paint released an excellently intuitive version for the iPad Pro!Read More
Over the years, I've tried painting with layers of melted plastic, painting with oil on plexiglass, and making large works of art with ink on mylar. Every time I experiment with mediums, I have to ask:
Does this medium make good art?Read More
After setting up DraftTable, all I can say is, wow. I'm so glad I have it now. It has made my art production routine so much better, and it did so almost immediately.Read More
Flyers, newspapers, advertisements, paper stuffed under car windshields, copies of bills that were already paid online, free magazines... the modern world bombards us with paper on a near constant basis.
Thankfully, even the most boring bank statement can be reborn through the handmade papermaking process.Read More
When it comes to writing, or the comic book world, or even body art - the word 'ink' sounds so permanent!
Yet, these inks from Winsor and Newton feel so refreshing and fun.Read More
After refusing to use traditional art mannequins, I thought I would finally give a mannequin a try when I saw an ad for Bandai's Body Kun.Read More
Imagine a pencil that is made entirely of graphite or the color part of a colored pencil, coated with a faint shell of lacquer that keeps the color from getting all over your fingers. And there you have it - Woodless Colored Pencils.Read More
Simple, yet versatile, Procreate helps artists of any level create beautiful work. It's so popular that it has become essential.Read More
You've seen them at Barnes and Nobles, airports, and in the grocery store line. There are radio shows about their popularity, but you're not sure who uses them. Maybe you should buy one for your mom, or maybe Craig in Accounting might like one.Read More
From time to time I make fan art, not necessarily for any reason. What I like most about making fan art is that it makes my friends happy.Read More
Oil painting gets messy. After all, oil paint is a vegetable-based oil, meant to stick on a surface, bond with it, and never break free. Good oil paints never fade. Heaven forbid you ever get alizarin crimson on your carpet.Read More