Stick figures, begone!
Stick figures, begone!
That’s 365 days of dick. Semi-NSFW warning: This post is filled with dry-erase drawings of penises.
It’s exciting, weird and horrible. All at the same time.
Draw me like one of your anatomically alien French girls.
How to use vectors, photos, selfies, and 3D models to finish a page of “Red Light Properties,” which hits bookshelves today.
Courtesy of artist Miguel Cardona.
The results are bizarre and hilarious.
A tasty project from Danielle Evans.
Featuring a gorgeous music video shot in all 185 of Oregon’s state parks, Benedict Cumberbatch’s dramatic reading of the new R. Kelly song, and what happens when you ask kids to draw what love looks like to them.
Prepare to awwwww.
Follow all of these amazing artists for daily inspiration and magic. Technology is cool sometimes.
No skills necessary for this hilarious drawing and writing game. In fact, the worse you are, the better this game gets.
Step aside, fluffy little clouds.
Best. Wife. Ever.
Japan’s largest social network for artists is a bonanza for charming cartoons and swooping fantasy illustrations.
James McKenna just revolutionized the game. Via TastefullyOffensive.com.
His drawings are IN-ZAYN.
Ben Cameron is an artist with a knack for pulling on the internet’s heartstrings.
Here’s a look at some of this year’s celebrity drawings for the annual Doodle 4 NF fundraiser to benefit the Neurofibromatosis Network.
People who draw are often painfully self-conscious. These moments do not help.
Can you determine how to draw a Tyrannosaurus Rex? Cornell University is betting you can’t.
It is a pencil drawing. Diego Fazio sure fooled me (and you too I bet).
Blind As A Batman is a website that challenges you to close your eyes and attempt to draw Batman Can you do it?
This sure would’ve come in handy when I was 5.
The pug lover and cartoonist at Bah Humpug drew this complete, adorable pub alphabet. And now you know our Aww-B-Cs!
Some of them are barely recognizable. There’s a huge process between what animators first envision and what ends up on the screen.
Artist Miguel Endara draws a portrait of his father using millions of ink dots (also known as stippling). So, what is it that you’ve accomplished today?
Artist Miguel Endara created this portrait of his father using a stunning 3.2 million tiny ink dots.
London-born architectural artist Stephen Wiltshire is also known as the “human camera” for his ability to draw an entire cityscape in depth after seeing it just once.