Vous êtes sur la page 1sur 2

Drawing

W IN TER 201 2

ARTISTDAILY.COM

24

CONTENTS
4 Editors Note
7 Contributors
8 Sketchbook
22 New & Notable
24 Drawing the Inner Life
BY MICHAEL GORMLEY

Steven Assaels figure drawings range


from classical studies to ornately costumed
contemporary figures. But they all
speak to the power of drawing from life,
which allows artists to access a world of
dreams, memories, and associations.
36

Qualities of Line: Contour, Rhythm,


and Weight
BY JULIETTE ARISTIDES

ON THE COVER

In this excerpt from her new book, Juliette Aristides


explains how artists can use subtle qualities of line
to help create engaging, realistic forms.

24 The Benefits of Drawing From Life

and Memory
36 Get the Most Out of Every Line
64 8 Drawings That Deserve to Be in

the History Books


74 Anatomy: A Framework That

Can Free Your Mind


86 Laugh Out Loud:

600 Years of Satire and Caricature

COVER IMAGE
Standing Reference Figure (detail, reversed)
by Sabin Howard, 1990s, colored pencil and graphite, 11 x 14.
Collection the artist.

DRAWING

44 The Heavens in Black and White


BY AUSTIN R. WILLIAMS

Donna Levinstones pastel drawings meditate


on the timeless and sometimes terrifying
beauty of life.
50 Drawing Fundamentals

Copying Drawings: Methods and Materials


BY JON DEMARTIN

To get the most out of copying exercises, artists


should make sure to select their materials and
choose their method of shading strategically. Here,
we present advice for copying ranging from basic
rules of drawing to more advanced concepts that
have been taught for centuries.
www.ArtistDaily.com

88

44

64

86

Lessons From a Drawing Book

74

BY KENNETH J. PROCTER

The drawings that we often come across in


textbooks and drawing manuals are there for
a reason. Whether we want to learn about
chiaroscuro, line, negative space, or perspective,
these great drawings have much to teach.
74

Anatomical Drawings: Setting the Parameters


to Achieve a Timeless Vision

68

BY SABIN HOWARD

Early in my career I completed a series of


anatomical studies that still guides my efforts
to produce unique, modern sculptures in the
Renaissance tradition.
86

Infinite Jest: Six Centuries of Visual Humor


BY JOHN A. PARKS

An exhibition spanning more than 500 years


reveals a long history of hilarity, ferocious satire,
and a wealth of good humor.
96 Coming in...

Copyright 2012 by Interweave Press, LLC, a division of Aspire Media, all rights reserved.
The contents of this publication may not be reproduced either in whole or in part without the
consent of the copyright owner. Drawing (ISSN 1941-8140 USPS 001-780 Issue #31) is published quarterly by Interweave, 201 E. Fourth St., Loveland, CO 80537. $8.99 a copy U.S.A.
and $10.99 a copy Canada. Yearly subscriptions in U.S.A and Possessions: $23.95; in Canada:
$27.95; and in all other countries: $30.95. Payment in US funds only. Periodicals postage paid
at Loveland, CO, and additional mailing offices. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to:
Drawing, P.O. Box 469075, Escondido, CA 92046-9075.

www.ArtistDaily.com

WINTER 2012

Centres d'intérêt liés