I’m one of those tight son-of-a-guns that will milk practically anything and everything until it falls apart or becomes obsolete. … Continue reading Review: XP-Pen Star 03 Graphics Tablet
I stumbled across these new Faber-Castell Goldfaber Color Pencils while frequenting a local Hobby Lobby. They had a display featuring matching … Continue reading Review: Faber-Castell Goldfaber Color Pencils
If you’re willing to humor me for a moment, I’d like to start with a quote that has served … Continue reading Is The End Near?
What is “Information Overload’? It’s being bombarded with stuff you can, maybe, and can’t use. Chris discusses how to deal with this nuisance. Continue reading In A World Of Information Overload
A few days ago, I had a Facebook friend wishing it to be the weekend. She never did mention why … Continue reading The Weekend Was All In Your Head!
In this edition of Yes. You Too Can Draw!, I plan to cover a topic that can fascinate many newbies. Many of you will eventually draw some type of urban landscape, a.k.a. a scene usually involving buildings. Many buildings feature staircases cases and ramps. After this chapter, you’ll no longer have to fake drawing a ramp or a flight of stairs.
This review will cover my latest toy, Derwent Inktense Blocks. I’ve been interested in Derwent’s Inktense line of blocks and … Continue reading Review: Derwent Inktense Blocks
Adobe Illustrator CC is still stuck in 2015, but hey, it’s in its third release! (There aren’t any strange date issues … Continue reading Adobe Illustrator CC 2015.3 Update Review
Perspective! For Comic Book Artists: How To Achieve A Professional Look in Your Artwork Back when I purchased “Perspective! For … Continue reading Book Review: Perspective! For Comic Book Artists
This lesson is a continuation of Chapter 13. If you haven’t read Chapter 13, then I highly recommend that you … Continue reading Yes, You Too Can Draw! – Ch 13a — Cheat At Perspective With Blender 3D