Rolled up cardboard can make an interesting artmaking tool. What Do You Need cardboard, hot glue, paper, and ink Try this? Glue the stamps. Let dry. Dip in ink or acrylic
Linocut prints are a relief print technique that allows artists to make multiple images from the same plate. What you need: Linoleum block, a linocut tool, ink, paper, and a burren Try this? You can play around with your image before cutting. Remember you need to reverse your image in your plate.
Drawing from life allows you to hone your observational skills. What you need A pen and paper. Try to avoid an eraser. Try This? There is no trick to learn to draw from life. Just practice and practice more.
Printing often uses specialized tools. But lego can be used to make a printmaking plates. What You Need legos, paper, printmaking ink (linocut ink), and a roller Try this? This is an easy press-free printmaking process.
Avoiding a pen is a good way to improve your drawing skills. What You Need Paper, scissors, tape, buttons Try This? Here are a few techniques to expand your drawing repertoire
Drawing without someone can make both of you better artists. What you need a writing utensil, paper, and a friend Try This? Enjoy drawing together
Playing with drawing can be enjoyable alone or with a friend. What You Need paper and a writing utensil Try This? Here are a few games to play.
If you really want to get good at drawing, you need to push yourself. Playing with scale is a good technique to change up your drawing practice. What do you need Drawing utensils and paper Try This? Push yourself to draw something huge and something tiny.
This book looks complicated but is actually pretty simple. What you need Paper and glue Try This? You fold a series of folios and then glue them together. Watch the video to get a look at this process.