Justin Maas is known for his stunning portraits. Justin uses grayscale on Toned paper to employ value, show form and make drawings with incredible depth.

Color psychology suggests our mood can be impacted by different colors. Read about the color blue and see a collection of blue-themed artwork. 

There are a few different paper types that are best suited for colored pencil work. Read on to find out which. 

What is the difference between feathering and bleeding when using ink or markers on paper? How to I prevent either from happening?

See Artist Kirsty Partridge's techniques for blending and shading charcoal to create realistic drawings. 

Artist Marco Bucci tried our new Travel Series watercolor papers and created two fantastic on-site watercolor sketches. See his process & review. 

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Artist Patti Mollica has a convenient solution for storing her acrylic paints that saves time and allows her to get straight to work. 

Alphonso Dunn's free Urban Sketching Workshop has begun! Follow along to this 4-part workshop where Alphonso demonstrates how to draw on location. 

Aside from the fact that art is just plain fun, there are many scientific reasons that show more art in our lives is beneficial. 

Artist Jordan Rhodes reveals how he rediscovered his love for art after taking a break since childhood. Not only finding inspiration, but maintaining a routine is key to making art.