Drawing is a creative and enjoyable hobby, and there’s no doubt about it. It’s no surprise that so many people love doing it. However, with many other creative pursuits, it’s easy to run out of ideas!
Added to that, drawing doesn’t come like magic! It takes practice and lots of it. So, that’s why we decided to do a Top 100 Drawing Bloggers post.
We are celebrating those fantastic and hard working Drawing bloggers that give us so much inspiration and joy and help us further our artistic pursuits.
We asked our lovely readers, and they are currently voting for their favorite Drawing Bloggers.
Good things come with time, so there’s not quite 100 yet. The votes from our readers are still coming in.
I love reading through your top picks and checking out all these new blogs I didn’t know about.
It’s been quite difficult to gather the details and not get sidetracked by all the fantastic drawings 🙂
So far we’ve received heaps of suggestions. At this rate, we will soon reach our Top 100.
Thanks again to everyone who given their suggestions, we appreciate it!
I will continue adding your suggestions daily as more votes come in.
So if you have a favorite Drawing Blogger, Sketching Blog or Drawing Website that you would like to support, vote for them here.
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Table of Contents
Inspirational Artists To Follow On Instagram
- Sketching Artists
- Watercolor Drawing Artists
- Black and White And Graphite Pencil Artists
- General Drawing Artists
- Ink and Pen Artists
- Drawing With Markers Artists
- Drawing Tablet And Digital Artists
Best Drawing Tutorial Websites
- How To Draw Websites
- Sketching Tutorial Websites
Drawing Youtube Channels
Best Inspirational Drawing Blogs
Let’s begin the Top 100 Drawing Blogs with some inspirational blogs! So, you might be an artist, but no matter your experience level, like other creatives, you might often suffer from artist’s block. Let’s face it; no-one likes that, do they? It is a huge impediment to doing something you love!
So, allow us to help you fix that problem, and banish artists block.
Here we have collected lots and lots of Inspirational Artist’s blogs, where they post their latest drawings, along with their thoughts, tips, and tricks.
We have featured all kinds of artists, from professional artists who have worked for many years in their field, from those who are entirely self-taught, up-and-coming artists.
To make it easier for you to find the specific content you are looking for, we have divided the blogs into several categories. These include Sketching, Watercolor, Graphite Pencil Drawing, and Drawing In General.
By scrolling through this list, you are bound to find someone’s art you enjoy, and who knows, maybe you will feel inspired to draw?
Make sure to tell your friends about a blog if you liked it!
Best Sketching Blogs
Seeing Thinking Drawing By Frank Ching
About Seeing Thinking Drawing: Frank Ching is an Asian-American professional artist, who was born and raised in Hawaii. Frank only began drawing later in life. He worked in the military, and in Architecture before he finally turned to drawing and began teaching at Ohio University in 1972. He is now retired, but continues to draw, write and does the occasional drawing workshop. On his blog, he shares his thoughts and musings, as well as his latest sketches.
What He Specializes In: Frank specializes in sketching, usually with fountain pens. As he worked in Architecture for many years and did a degree in Architecture at university, it would make sense his preferred subjects are buildings and urban landscapes.
What We Love: Frank is an excellent artist, he is very talented when it comes to making sketches with perspective, and his drawings never seem flat, they have depth. His style is distinctive, and his writing makes for a good read. As well as sharing his sketches, he often shares tips on how to sketch buildings, making the designs seem three-dimensional, and tricks on perspective. These may be beneficial to put to use in your drawings.
Mostly Drawing By Ed
About Mostly Drawing: Ed is a photographer who lives in his hometown of Bath, The UK. He has been a photographer for many years. In March 2011, Ed started sketching and has immensely enjoyed it ever since. He often participates in drawing challenges and aspires to share a few sketches a week on his website. On his blog, Ed shares his drawings and sketches, his thoughts on his art, and music and books he enjoys.
What He Specializes In: Ed loves to sketch, doing it as often as he can. He draws and adds details with pen, specifically a bamboo dip pen. Ed then finishes it off with watercolor wash. He mostly focuses on color sketches, but sometimes does black and white. Ed’s subjects of choice are urban life, cafe scenes, people in various situations, as well as inanimate objects, and portraits.
What We Love: Ed’s drawings subjects are vast and varied, and he is excellent at whatever he decides to sketch. His thoughts on his art are interesting to read, and the fact that he often links to a song that goes well with the piece of art makes for an entertaining viewing experience. He frequently posts, which is excellent, as there is more of his fantastic art to view.
Liz Steel By Liz Steel
About Liz Steel: Liz Steel is an Australia artist and architect, based in Sydney. A friend introduced her to sketching by giving her a sketchbook as a gift, and she has been hooked on sketching and painting ever since. She loves to travel and has done so overseas extensively, capturing the world and her life around her as she goes. On her blog, she shares news and stories of her latest escapades while traveling, and of course, her most recent sketches, drawings, and paintings.
What She Specializes In: Liz specializes in sketching with ink, and going over it with wash. While that is the primary medium she focuses on, Liz says she likes to experiment with mixed media. These include watercolor, watercolor pencils, pen, and pencil. Her favorite things to sketch are local tearooms, Renaissance/Baroque architecture, and urban spaces. But really, Liz says she likes to sketch anything that catches her eye!
What We Love: Liz puts time and effort into her blog posts, and they make for an engaging and entertaining read. Her sketches capture urban life in beautiful detail, and we love the way she utilizes watercolor wash in some of her pieces. Her website is a pleasure to view, and the fact that she offers workshops, online classes and the occasional tip on art, is a bonus.
Citizen Sketcher By Marc Taro Holmes
About Citizen Sketcher: Marc Taro Holmes is an American artist, who had a career spanning 15+ years as an art director and concept artist for various corporations. He’s a game designer, having worked on many video games, and of course, a sketcher. Marc has sketched for many years and has published a book on the subject, as well as creating several online classes. On his blog, he shares his latest drawings and sketches.
What He Specializes In: Marc is primarily a sketcher, and he uses pencil and pen, and goes over it with a watercolor wash, or a particular process he called “tinting.” He also does rough sketches in pencil and pen, with no wash. Marc’s subjects of choice are often buildings and urban spaces, but sometimes vehicles, artifact, and portraits. So basically, he’s an all-rounder!
What We Love: He is a very skilled sketcher, often even the sketches he does in a small amount of time look fantastic! In his blog posts, he explains the process of making his art. He also has several instructional courses on his website, worth a look. (This site is no longer active, but all the great content is still avaliable.
About Sketch Away: Suhita is a freelance illustrator and graphic designer, who loves to sketch. She loves to go on sketch crawls, draw the world around her, share what she knows, and take photos. On her blog, she shares her news, her latest sketches, and photos she has taken from around where she lives.
What She Specializes In: The mediums Suhita uses to create her drawings are ink and pen, and then she goes over them with wash. Suhita specializes in sketches of urban life and things in the urban landscape, such as signs and buildings. She also likes to draw people, the human figure, and people going about their daily lives.
What We Love: Suhita posts quite frequently, and all her posts make for a good read. Her sketches have a rough, edgy design that we love, and she puts a lot of effort into her drawings.
James Richards Sketchbook By James Richards
About James Richards Sketchbook: James Richards is a professional artist from the USA who loves to sketch. He is published author, having written several of them, and he often runs workshops on sketching and drawing. He has been sketching for several years. James is an urban and concept designer by trade. On his blog, he shares news, his latest drawings, some photography and helpful tips and tricks.
What They Specialize In: James is sketcher, so it would make sense that his main medium is sketching. To draw his creations, he uses ink and pen and goes over it with a watercolor wash. He specializes in urban spaces, capturing the essence of human life and activity, in a rainbow of color. He takes pleasure in drawing urban scenes all across the globe, the more full of life, the better.
What We Love: James has a great blog going on there, with many interesting things to read. His art is excellent, capturing human activity in urban spaces in a riot of color. His work is a pleasure to look at. James sometimes posts helpful tips and tricks, as well as explaining his art processes. James also offers online sketching classes, so they’d be well worth a look!
Hudson Rio Design By Hudson Rio
About Hudson Rio Design: Hudson Rio is a professional graphic designer, illustrator and 3D prototyper. He has been in the profession for many years. He’s done all sorts of work for all kinds of clients, from Autodesk to Hallmark Cards. When he has some spare time, he loves to sketch and discuss his art successes and failures on his blog.
What He Specializes In: As mentioned above, Hudson has had countless experience in the world of digital and 3D art. It would make sense that he focuses primarily on those mediums. He enjoys sketching, both digitally, and traditionally. Most of the subjects of his drawings are designs and sketches of human-made objects.
What We Love: His website has a beautiful minimalist and clean theme. It fits in with his ethos and career choice. His sketches and creations are incredible, very detailed and always very well designed. He seems to put much thought into his work. On his Instagram, he frequently uploads. Usually the latest amazing project he is working on.
D.Katie Powell Art By Katie Powell
About D.Katie Powell Art: Katie Powell is an artist and photographer from the United States. She loves art, photography, and nature, and capturing the later with both mediums. One of her favorite parts of art is sketching and capturing the real world as she sees it.
What She Specializes In: The main focus of her blog is chronicling her journey of making art journals. Which she carries with her everywhere. Katie is adept at many mediums, some of which are watercolor, graphite, pen, and ink.
What We Love: Katie is a masterful artist, careful and controlled in her work, and the results are stunning. She has mastery over several mediums, and her posts are always a feast for the eyes. Note: Katie Powell has recently moved sites, to https://dkatiepowellart.com/ from https://dkatiepowellart.me. The new site is still under construction, and the older one has all her older, great content on it, so worth a look.
The Edinburgh Sketcher By Mark Kirkham
About The Edinburgh Sketcher: The Edinburgh Sketcher is well known throughout the city of Edinburgh, Scotland and surrounds. He’s a local hero of sorts. The Edinburgh Sketcher has lived in the town for many years. However, it wasn’t until a few years ago that he found an interest in drawing, and he hasn’t stopped since. He loves to sketch, and his favorite subject, is, of course, his beloved town.
What She Specializes In: As made clear in the title, he focuses on Sketching, as that is his pride and joy. He uses many mediums to sketch with but prefers to use pen, ink and graphite pencils. As color plays an essential role in his artwork, he uses watercolor and washes for that aspect. The Edinburgh Sketcher draws all sorts of urban scenes.
What We Love: The scenes he makes capture the hustle and bustle of city life perfectly. He does this with detail, care and a great love of what he does. He’s also very much involved in his local community, something that we are impressed by.
Best Watercolor Drawing Blogs
Watercolor Sketching By Anne-Laure
About Watercolor Sketching: Anne-Laure is a french watercolor artist and sketcher who lives in Brittany, France. Before being introduced to the world of sketching, she was, and still is, an avid photographer. Anne-Laure started sketching with watercolor around two years ago and hasn’t stopped since. On her blog, she likes to share her latest video tutorials, thoughts, news, and of course, her newest creations.
What She Specializes In: As the name of her blog suggests, Anne-Laure focuses on the medium of watercolor drawing and sketching. She loves to use watercolor, as she says it helps her explore colors, shapes, and textures, as well as ways to see them differently. Sketching, on the other hand, is all about composition and contrast. Anne-Laure finds the two work together really well. The subjects she loves to draw are, homes and interiors, landscapes, and everyday urban life, among other things.
What We Love: Anne-Laure’s blog is clean and bright, making for an easy and pleasurable reading experience. Her watercolor art is exquisite. She puts a lot of effort in. We particularly love her use of color; her sketches are so colorful! On her youtube channel, she shares helpful tutorials and other videos that are well worth a look.
Best Black and White/Graphite Pencil Blogs
Duey’s Drawings By Brian Duey
About Duey’s Drawings: Brian Duey is a self-taught artist who lives in a small town called Howard City, in the USA. He has many years of experience in drawing with pencils and likes to share his drawings on his website. He primarily blogs about his pictures, but he has a selection of sketching and drawing with pencil tutorials.
What He Specializes In: Brian focuses mainly on the medium of pencil drawing and sketching. He prefers drawing with Graphite pencils, and most of his drawings are done in black and white. The subjects of his drawings mainly focus on realism portraits of people, but occasionally he does pictures of household pets.
What We Love: Brian is an excellent artist, and his drawings are incredibly realistic and detailed. Sometimes it looks like the people are going to burst into life! His drawings are very inspiring, and that he does tutorials is even better.
Diane Wright Fine Art By Diane Wright
About Diane Wright Fine Art: Diane Wright is an American artist who has been drawing for many years. She is a hobbyist, drawing in her free time and she says how much she loves the activity. On her website, she shares all of her beautiful drawings. Diane also has a collection of helpful tutorials, focusing on how to drawing things of nature, such as plants, rocks, and trees, as well as Landscapes in general.
What She Specializes In: Diane specializes in graphite, black and white drawings. Although she has experimented with color mediums, she says she prefers using graphite pencils. Her drawing subjects are usually farming buildings, such as barns and sheds, drawn in exquisite detail. The countryside where she lives is riddled with this kind of structures, so they provide the inspirations. Diane also loves landscapes.
What We Love: We love her landscape drawings, beautiful and captured in incredible detail. Her tutorials are clear and well-explained, and invaluable if you are looking to hone your landscape drawing skills.
Carol’s Drawing Blog By Carol Rosinski
About Carol’s Drawing Blog: Carol Rosinski is an artist and former sculptor and jeweler. She was a sculptor and worked in jewelry for several years, but in 1990 she was drawn to drawing, (if you’ll pardon the pun 🙂 ), and she’s never looked back since. On her blog, Carol shares her drawings and sketches, techniques, tips and tricks, as well as tutorials and recommendations on equipment.
What She Specializes In: Carol focuses on and uses one medium only: graphite pencils. She says they are her favorite medium, but they do have their limitations. Graphite pencils only come in black and white. However, Carol says it is worth the limitation, as she has to experiment and come up with ways to get around it, so she is always challenged.
What We Love: Her blog is filled with helpful tips and tutorials, which are clear and easy-to-understand. Her drawing is excellent and full of details, which are a pleasure to view.
Best General Drawing Blogs
Mike Theuer By Mike Theuer
About Mike Theuer: Mike Theuer is a full-time American professional artist, who has much experience from all his time spent drawing. He lives in Pennsylvania, and when he’s not drawing or painting, he’s looking after the house and his three boys. Mark shares a few of his drawings on his website, and you can order portraits and paintings from him. He also shares a few video tutorials about his drawing and watercolor process, and also brush and pencil techniques.
What He Specializes In: Mike is a full-time Portrait artist, and his preferred mediums are graphite pencils, and watercolor. He also uses oils and colored pencils. He does commissions for people, usually by where he takes a photo they have sent and uses it as a reference to create pictures for them.
What We Love: We love how he makes use of both pencil and watercolor, and the fact that his art is stunning. The video tutorials on brush and pencil techniques are helpful.
Yimmaukan By Yim Mau-Kun
About Yimmaukan: Yim Mau-Kun is a professional Chinese artist who now lives in Taiwan, and has many years of experience. Yim lived in China for most of his childhood but eventually emigrated to Hong Kong, and finally Taiwan. He finds real-life inspiring and prides himself on using the world as his references. He has a unique, incredibly detailed style, and enjoys painting, sketching and drawing. On his blog, he shares tips on how to draw with graphite, as well as charcoal drawing, and suggestions for drawing people realistically.
What He Specializes In: Yim mainly focuses on painting with oils, but being the skilled artist he is, he has branched out to sketching and drawing, mostly with graphite pencils. His preferred subjects are people, whether it’s sketching, drawing or painting them. He often does portraits, and full body drawings, as well as scenes from everyday life.
What We Love: He is a very talented artist! He has mastered all the mediums that he uses. Yim’s tips on drawing with charcoal are detailed and useful, for everyone, regardless of experience level. His portraits capture the human likeness in exquisite detail, that can only come from endless practice and experience.
Drawing The Motmot By Debby Kaspari
About Drawing The Motmot: Debby Kaspari is an American artist who lives in Oklahoma with her husband. She loves living in Oklahoma, because the wildlife there is plentiful, which means she never runs out of things to draw. Debby says she her hobbies are traveling the world, sketchbook, and binoculars in hand, using those tools to capture the natural world around her. On her blog, she shares her sketches and paintings, her observations on nature, facts and other information on the animals she draws, and art news.
What She Specializes In: Debby uses two main mediums, drawing, and painting. For drawing, she uses pastel, graphite pencil, ink, and pen. With painting, Debby uses pastel and oils. Her subject of focus is the natural world. To be more specific, she draws landscapes, plants, close-up scenes of forest foliage, birds, and other animals.
What We Love: Her blog is clean and straightforward, which makes for easy reading, and she has shared many of her works. Debby expertly captures animals in their daily lives, which makes for some fantastic drawings. The way she includes information on the subjects she draws is excellent, as you can view some beautiful art, and learn something too.
Best Inspirational Artists To Follow On Instagram
Instagram. It’s one of the largest and most popular social media platforms; it’s size only rivaled by Facebook and Twitter. It can be used for many different purposes, and the amount of content on there is staggering.
We don’t know much about you, but sometimes the feed can get very dull. Endless squishy-face selfies, food photos, and viral images of cats doing pretty anything.
Ridiculous, and not worth your time at all, wouldn’t you agree? Well, we’ve come up with an ingenious solution that will make your Instagram feed worth looking at.
How? Fill it to the brim with Inspirational Artists, of course!
We’ve searched high and low and asked our lovely readers for their suggestions. We combined the two, to create this list. There are some fantastic and talented creators on Instagram, show them some support.
Best Sketching Artists
Yamini Mohan | @yaminivbn
Yamini Mohan is an artist and illustrator from India. She usually sketches but does some drawing and painting on the side too. She draws whatever comes to mind, whether it be people or ravens. Her art is beautiful and very detailed.
Luke Adam Hawker | @lukeadamhawker
Luke Adam Hawker is a London-based sketcher and illustrator, whose sketches are very popular. He specializes in drawing buildings and urban spaces, and he is one skilled artist! His drawings of buildings are detailed, and a lot of effort goes into them.
Luke has a website, where he shares more of his designs, and where he has prints for sale.
Best Watercolor Drawing Artists
Anne-Laure Jacquart | @annelaurewatercolor
Anne-Laure Jacquart is a french watercolor artist and sketcher, who specializes in sketches gone over with watercolor wash. Her drawings of people, everyday life, and urban spaces are beautiful and well worth a look.
Rayza Vasque | @rayzapv
Rayza Vasque loves to draw, perhaps as much as she loves doing yoga. She specializes in watercolor, and we have to say, every one she turns out is amazing! She mostly draws beautiful landscapes and scenes of nature.
The Best Black and White/Graphite Pencil Artists
Best General Drawing Artists
Joe Richichi | @artworkbyjoe
Joe Richichi is an artist who uses colored and graphite pencils to draw his artwork. He mainly shares colorful, lifelike drawings of all sorts of animals and wildlife. Occasionally, he draws pictures of people and pets.
He shares more designs on his website and is usually available for pet portrait commissions.
The Best Ink and Pen Artists
Lily | @lilyszentangle
Lily’s drawings are very detailed; she particularly likes to draw designs on sketchbook covers. Lily specializes in patterns and animals, with colorful signs and motifs. She uses ink and pens to make her beautiful drawings.
Best Drawing With Markers Artists
We’ve featured some of the fantastic artwork that these fabulous artists create in our Markers Post.
Yui N | @freelanceyui
Yui N is a Japanese artist who specializes in beautiful drawings of people, animals, and creatures of the sea.
Most of her drawings are made using markers, but occasionally she does sketches with pencil.
Gala loves to do watercolor and marker sketching.
She finds inspiration from nature and is keen to keep learning.
Courtney is a cardmaker and stamper. Her website has useful tips and guides on different card making and stamping techniques.
Courtney loves using Copic markers in her designs.
Lynn is very passionate about lettering in all it’s colorful glory.
She shares inspirational content on brush lettering techniques and the supplies she uses.
Kelsey | @budz.n.sudz
Kelsey describes herself as “Part-time Freelancer, full-time lover of animation, most of the time artist, all of the time random!”
See more of her designs on this website.
Judith | @artby_judith
Judith Selcuk is a Product demonstrator and trainer. She does portraits, animal art, illustration and is an art teacher.
See more of her fabulous art on her website.
Rachel Mitts of Mitts Artistry and Design loves to create art.
Find more of her designs on her website.
Bridgette Copple loves to color!
Her designs use a variety of different color markers, and she shares her beautiful work regularly.
Liubov Druma is an incredible Russian artist who specializes in pretty, whimsical drawings.
She shares lots of tutorials using Copic markers on her youtube channel.
Sachi Rome | @sachistudioart
Sachi Rome is a Visual artist living and making art in Atlanta Ga.
She does commissions, mural art and more. See more of her artwork by visiting her website.
A lover of plants and drawing. Sharing creations based on nature.
Capturing Candid Coincidences… Creative Collaborations… Convivial Coloring
The Best Digital & Drawing Tablet Artists
Piper Thibodeau | @piperdraws
Piper is a 25-year-old artist, who is a former character designer for Dreamworks TV. She has a personal challenge that has been going for a while, which is called Daily Paint. She has to try and create a drawing every day before midday. Her drawings are great, mostly involving animals and witty puns.
Piper has drawn over 1000 of these daily paintings, which she has compiled into a book, which you can find here.
Best Drawing Tutorial Websites
The Best How-To-Draw Websites
How To Draw Cartoons Online By Jeff Scarterfield
About How To Draw Cartoons Online: Jeff Scarterfield is an artist and animator who is keen on drawing cartoons, and loves to introduce others to the world of drawing. He has had an online presence for a while now, over ten years, in fact! He has shared all sorts of tutorials, on all subjects and areas, from clothing to pandas. Jeff is always working to share more how-to-draw procedures with anyone who is interested in learning to draw.
What Areas Of Drawing Subjects It Specializes In: How To Draw Cartoons Online mainly focuses on how-to-draw specific objects and animals, such as cartoon characters and themed drawings. The style of drawing is easy and slightly simplified, making it easy if you are starting out.
Levels Of Experience It Covers: Jeff has divided his tutorials into three categories. Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced. A quick look through of the site should help you decided which level you are more suited to. The site also has a Tips page, where Jeff has put together a series of helpful drawing tips and tricks.
Koosje Koene By Koosje Koene
About Koosje Koene: Koosje Koene is a Dutch professional illustrator and former photographer, who was born and raised in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. She was a photographer for over ten years. But eventually her love for drawing and painting trumped her love for photography, and she became an illustrator. She is passionate about drawing and helping others learn to draw, and she writes very well. She is also the founder of Sketchbook Skool, which is a community of artists learning to draw. Koosje shares all sorts of helpful tutorials, tips, and tricks.
What Media She Specializes In: Koosje is well-versed in quite a few mediums, and these include ballpoint pens, watercolor, and ink. She also does oil painting and digital illustration. In her tutorials, she focuses on traditional drawing methods, using watercolor, ink, ballpoint pens, and occasionally pencil.
Good To Use If Learning About The way Koosje writes is entertaining and easy-to-understand. She shares techniques on how to draw certain things such as faces, food, and beverages, among others. She also has a series of posts called Drawing Tip Tuesday, where, every Tuesday she shares some drawing tips, whether it be on the theory of drawing, or how to keep your pens well-maintained.
The Design Sketchbook By Chou-Tac
About The Design Sketchbook: Chou-Tac is professional designer and artist who has worked for many large companies, designing new products for them. As a child, he was fascinated by animations and wanted to learn more about how they were made. As he grew older, that fascination gave way to interest in drawing and design, which is where he is at today. He has been fortunate in that he realized his passion, so he created The Design Sketchbook, to help others realize their dream.
What Media They Specialize In: The Design Sketchbook specializes in teaching people how to sketch well. Chou-Tac focuses on using pen and pencils to sketch, usually graphite pencils and ballpoint pens.
Good To Use If Learning About: Chou-Tac has created a fantastic resource for budding designers and drawers everywhere, regardless of your skill level. He has several guides and books available to purchase, and his blog is a wealth of information. Chou-Tac has touched on many areas of sketching, such as, how to make things seem three dimensional, drawing buildings and other structures, and tips and tricks on perspective.
Find The Design Sketchbook On Youtube.
The Drawing Website By Luis Escobar
About The Drawing Website: Luis Escobar is a professional animator and storyboard artist from El Salvador. Currently, he lives in California with his family. He worked as a storyboard artist on the Simpsons Show, as well as other television shows and films. He loves to draw, is passionate about helping others realize their drawing potential.
What Media He Specializes In: Luis primarily uses digital programs to make his art but also uses graphite pencils. He is a cartoonist, but he also draws people and action scenes, and other pieces involving people.
Good To Use If Learning About: He specializes in teaching people how to draw cartoons and people. Also various body parts, stances and more. His tutorials are clear and easy to understand. Luis also offers courses. Very useful if you want to become a cartoonist or comic artist. Also, use if you want to brush up on your people drawing skills.
Best Sketching Tutorial Websites
Drawing Youtube Channels
Best Company/Art Suppliers Blogs
So there you go, plenty of incredible drawing blogs to inspire you.
We know you will find something helpful and interesting on many of the drawing blogs and resources we have shared.
Enjoy all the fabulous new found knowledge.