Vintage illustrations, especially anatomical ones, have some magic in them—such a beautiful, complete shading is achieved with many thin lines. This style was developed to make the copying of drawings possible in a similar way to copying text.
In this tutorial, I’ll show you an easy way to draw a frog with a graphite pencil and a variety of ink pens.
The theme of this tutorial is drawing an octopus; we’ll base it on the anatomy of this mollusc but also bring some stylization into our artwork.
In this yummy tutorial, I’ll show you an easy way to draw three different types of ice cream, using a graphite pencil and ink liners.
An owl is a symbol of wisdom and mystery. Aren’t these birds gorgeous?
In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to draw a Dalmatian dog with ink liners. Creating a black and white artwork with a high contrast may seem challenging. This step-by-step process will give you an example of how to use the basic principles of drawing to create impressive ink artworks.
In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to draw a lizard with ink liners. We’ll also explore the textures of scales, wood, and stones, and learn how to create the illusion of these surfaces in your drawings.