Posts Tagged ‘art instruction’

How to get better at drawing

Posted on: June 30th, 2018 by Nathan E. Lilly

Just start drawing. Don’t stop drawing. Just start drawing This, in theory, is the easy part. It’s especially easy for children. Older, less naive, people find that they make excuses when they should be drawing. Whole careers have been wasted simply through the inability of someone to start something. Pure procrastination. Fear of failure. Waiting […]

The Best Art Instruction Manuals: Creative Theory

Posted on: June 29th, 2018 by Nathan E. Lilly

Over the past two years I’ve been working through a series of books on Art, from histories to theory to manuals. I’ve decided to share some of the best works that I’ve come across. This page, A Very Artistic Library, will be an up-to-date list of recommendations for people who want to learn more about […]

The Best Art Instruction Manuals: Painting

Posted on: May 22nd, 2018 by Nathan E. Lilly

Over the past two years I’ve been working through a series of books on Art, from histories to theory to manuals. I’ve decided to share some of the best works that I’ve come across. I’ll be adding all of these, and future works, to my Very Artistic Library page. It will be an up-to-date list […]

The Best Art Instruction Manuals: Drawing

Posted on: May 18th, 2018 by Nathan E. Lilly

Over the past two years I’ve been working through a series of books on Art, from histories to theory to manuals. I’ve decided to share some of the best works that I’ve come across. I’ll be adding all of these, and future works, to my Very Artistic Library page. It will be an up-to-date list […]