Collection by Zoe

drawing shoes


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Ep 8: John Bokor - Talking with Painters

Maria Stoljar talks with award winning landscape and still life artist John Bokor

REPETITION with VARIATION, A Homework Drawing

Hello! Sorry to be absent today- Here is the handout for the homework... and some example images. HERE is a sample, using a 12 box g...

Sara Fanelli illustrations

Sara Fanelli

I am an avid Sara Fanelli fan, I even talked about her on the first day I started this blog . I think she is one of the more creative conte...

family favourites tea towel

print & pattern

A blog that celebrates the world of pattern design. Covering greetings cards, wrap, fabrics, wallpaper, stationery and more.

Drawing with Biro

Shading with Biro: http://www.art-is-fun.com/drawing-techniques-creating-value-in-pen-and-ink-drawings.html Power point presentation: Drawing with a ballpoint pen Great resource websites: http://www.birodrawing.co.uk/ballpoint_drawing_tips.html http://www.biro-art.com/

Underwater Art Print by Robin Birrell

Underwater by Robin Birrell

This piece was created for my niece to compliment her dolphin bedroom decor. My intent was for the sumptuous colors to bring to mind warm tropical coral reefs filled w/ healthy sea creatures of all kinds.

charlotte lucie farmer illustration: pick'n'mix


my desk has been full of sweets and I've been annoying ladies in sweet shops by asking for one of everything for the past few weeks...it's all in the name of tea towels, not finished but nearly, then the eating can begin (hurrah)...hello dentist!

tunnocks teacake organic tea towels by gillian kyle | notonthehighstreet.com

Unique Gift Ideas and Personalised Gifts

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Modern mark making, revealed techniques of drawing.

Mark making in the new digital art world, is there anything truly new and do we really make a new mark on human endeavor or just reinvent the already invented?