Anyone who has been to New York City knows that it's the city that never sleeps. While the entire city may be high energy, each section of the city has it's own feeling and vibe.
Happy New Year! We are ringing in 2015 with a series of giveaways to kick start your artistic resolutions. Have you decided to start the year by revving up your drawing skills? Scurry into some new drawing techniques with Drawing Forest Animals. We're even doing an Instagram giveaway for a copy of the book! To enter: head over to @walterfoster on Instagram, follow @walterfoster and tag a friend. Two lucky followers will be chosen on Monday, January 12th to win a copy of the book.
Have you ever been to one of those painting and wine places? I've gone a couple of times because there are few things in life I like more than art and wine. If you've never gone, it's basically a painting lesson. The canvases and supplies are provided, and the entire group works on painting a replica of a single piece of artwork.
Food lovers rejoice! We have the perfect book to blend your culinary delights with your artistic genius: Doodling for Foodies. Consider it a gourmet guide to channel all your good taste to the doodling page.
Darice McGuire lives, paints, and teaches acrylic and oil painting on the beautiful island of Maui, Hawaii. Darice's love for nature inspires her Hawaii and California landscape and seascape paintings. See more of her work in the new release The Art of Painting in Acrylic.
Get a taste of the amazing lettering fun coming in Creative Lettering & Beyond, out next week!
Let's start with a simple question: What is a stick figure? There's more to it than you think. Those fine lines and basic shapes are actually the "skeletons" of more complicated drawings. In fact, animators and cartoonists sketch stick figures first to get the look and feel of a character before adding more color, layers, and definition to make a sleek, 3-D image.
In the Studio
Meet talented artist Jennifer McCully—author of Walter Foster's upcoming publication ARTrageous—and get a glimpse into her creative workspace!
It's about to get messy around here (and a little scary!) Just in time for this month's spooky festivities comes a book that will probably creep you out, make you laugh, and bring out your inner monster (yikes!!) Here's a peak at Mean-n-Messy Monsters from the Cartooning for Kids series by Dave Garbot.
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