Chinese Art vs. Western Art

There are many complex factors that go into the ways that an artistic tradition develops, including the philosophies and histories of the artists involved. When examining the differences between traditional Chinese and Western art, we see differences in composition, medium, use of color and tone, perspective, and the list goes on. While much of traditional...

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How to Get the Most Out of Your Watercolor Markers

Watercolor markers offer you the versatility of having watercolors and ink markers at the same time. This allows them to be highly versatile so that you can sketch or paint wherever you are. If you thought watercolors in pans were your most travel-friendly media, just wait until you try these out. These markers are great...

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DIY: 6 Things You Can Create For Inktober

Inktober is a month-long event in the global artist community and drawing challenge. Most Inktober participants communicate digitally, using social media hashtags, profiles, and portfolios. Still, many locations offer local support throughout the challenge as well. The idea behind Inktober is daily drawing for a month. This allows the artist to abandon art fear and...

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