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What Do I Do With Those Damn Anime Kids?

Cartoonist and former high school teacher Sean Michael Robinson (flickr) on what to do with those darn anime kids.
posted by Artw on Oct 14, 2010 - 20 comments

Pa-Pa-Pa-Poker kitty

Everyday Cute: Is Cute Everyday.
posted by The Whelk on Sep 22, 2010 - 12 comments

Life of a woman

Life of a woman. Bare, simple line drawings. Many open to interpretation.
posted by twirlypen on Aug 30, 2010 - 102 comments

Maybe the first thing about DeviantART that doesn't suck

To celebrate its tenth birthday, popular site DeviantART unveils Muro, a gorgeous HTML5 drawing tool that handles multiple layers and a variety of artistic brushes. No account required.
posted by Rory Marinich on Aug 10, 2010 - 25 comments

Paul Madonna draws San Francisco.

"I never know what to call myself really. I call myself a cartoonist because it's what I've wanted to do for as long as I can remember, it's what I always return to, and it's how I think. But I don't really work in that field. I think I'm an artist and a writer, or more appropriately, an artist who writes." [more inside]
posted by oulipian on Jul 31, 2010 - 5 comments

Multiuser Sketchpad

Multiuser Sketchpad is a collaborative drawing tool, created in Javascript by Mr. Doob (Previously).
posted by gwint on Jul 7, 2010 - 48 comments

"[A scientist] is always asking questions and can be annoying."

Seventh graders describe and draw pictures of scientists before and after their visit to a physics lab. [more inside]
posted by emilyd22222 on Jun 23, 2010 - 83 comments

Pretty Damned Sketchy

Unbelievable Pencil Art by Paul Lung. [more inside]
posted by bwg on Jun 9, 2010 - 53 comments

Whatever it is it's lovely dear ...

What our kids made: The refrigerator door of the internet [via mefi projects]
posted by The Whelk on May 29, 2010 - 33 comments

Every day, I draw on a 3x5 index card.

Every day, I draw on a 3x5 index card. [via mefi projects] [more inside]
posted by chunking express on Apr 28, 2010 - 21 comments

Three-Pendulum Rotary Harmonograph

How to Make a Three-Pendulum Rotary Harmonograph
posted by Wolfdog on Mar 21, 2010 - 10 comments

Making your shitty doodles look less like shitty doodles

Harmony: A procedural drawing tool made in JavaScript
posted by Rory Marinich on Mar 10, 2010 - 62 comments

Light up the sky like a... well, like a flame.

Flame is a really nice web-based experimental painting programme from Slovak animator and designer Peter Blaskovic.
posted by creeky on Mar 8, 2010 - 15 comments

Fly Circus

Fly-based art.
posted by kenko on Feb 15, 2010 - 14 comments

Picture Book Report

Picture Book Report is an extended love-song to books. Fifteen illustrators will reach out to their favorite books and create wonderful pieces of art in response to the text that has moved them, shaped them, or excited them. From sci-fi to children’s books to fantasy to serious novels, we’ll cover them all. For three weeks out of every month there will be a new illustration every day from one of us along with our thoughts, process, anything we can come up with. Together we will try to excite readers both new and old and capture some of that magic of storytelling.. [more inside]
posted by The Esteemed Doctor Bunsen Honeydew on Feb 15, 2010 - 12 comments

For Kids Who Want to Draw Anatomy Good And Wanna Learn To Draw Other Stuff Good Too

How to draw, by Rad Sechrist, storyboard artist at Dreamworks animation
posted by Artw on Jan 26, 2010 - 23 comments

group art = chaos?

Come on Metafilter! Have something prettier than the reddit version.
posted by grumblebee on Dec 3, 2009 - 145 comments

Marie Severin, First Lady of the Silver Age

Starting her comics career as a colorist, Marie Severin was largely responsible for the distinctive color palette of EC Comics, where her brother Johnny Severin also worked. She later worked in the Marvel Bullpen, drawing just about everything, including many well loved staff caricatures. She turned 80 this year; here are a few of her Marvel covers from the 60s and 70s.
posted by interrobang on Nov 30, 2009 - 18 comments

The Block

History of a New York Block. A nearly complete record of the life cycle of Eldridge St between Stanton/Rivington. Click on the buildings for details. [more inside]
posted by minkll on Nov 15, 2009 - 21 comments

Uno Moralez - Supernature! (NSFW)

Uno Moralez, aka Indi, produces some very disturbing pixel art (much of it definitely NSFW). [more inside]
posted by le morte de bea arthur on Sep 29, 2009 - 21 comments

They Did That With a Box of Crayons

Previously we saw those who make art out of the wax crayon. The crayon is the simplest of mediums, one that we’ve all used at one time or another and most likely have lying around the house. There are also those who make art with the crayon: Jeffrey Robert | Don Marco | Tiona Marco.
posted by netbros on Sep 6, 2009 - 15 comments

The art of Josh Keyes

Animals isolated in dystopian tableaux.
posted by tellurian on Aug 17, 2009 - 23 comments

I get a lot of giraffes

One Million Giraffes [more inside]
posted by Potomac Avenue on Aug 14, 2009 - 39 comments

Odosketch

Odosketch - create your own animated sketches (Flash webapp)
posted by mhjb on Jul 26, 2009 - 14 comments

Rhonda Forever.

Rhonda Forever. A short video of James Paterson using Rhonda, a 3D drawing tool. [more inside]
posted by chunking express on Jul 25, 2009 - 21 comments

Analog Art (mostly)

The Museum of Forgotten Art Supplies
posted by Miko on Jul 2, 2009 - 38 comments

Artistic Suburban Culture

Ross Racine's work may be interpreted as models for planned communities as much as aerial views of fictional suburbs, referencing the computer as a tool for urban planning as well as image capture.
posted by netbros on Jun 24, 2009 - 11 comments

Hello, I am a Doodler.

Doodlers Anonymous. Oodles and oodles of fabulous doodles.
posted by grapefruitmoon on Jun 12, 2009 - 17 comments

Monumental men of action

Robert Burden's artwork (drawings, paintings) mainly concerns toys. [more inside]
posted by klangklangston on Jun 7, 2009 - 9 comments

This is the hairiest type for both beard and body hair.

An Artist's Guide to Human Types "If I needed to draw someone from [a] specific part of the world, what would I need to know about his or her physical characteristics?" The author, a well-traveled Lebanese artist, also has a graphic novel online.
posted by desjardins on May 8, 2009 - 70 comments

Drawing, erasing, redrawing

William Kentridge creates animation by working into charcoal drawings; drawing, erasing, redrawing, layering, to create stories that frequently link the intensely intimate with the politics of his native South Africa. Johannesburgh -1989 introduces characters that recur through many of his films. [more inside]
posted by louche mustachio on May 6, 2009 - 5 comments

Collaborative animation goes *doink*

Like iScribble and Oekaki before it, DoInk.com is a place for people to create collaborative artwork online. The difference? It's for animation. [more inside]
posted by Rhaomi on Apr 20, 2009 - 2 comments

stationaryerrific

Biffy Beans is kind of a hippy dippy chick. But she makes the stationary nerds drool. Oh sure, there's reviews of Journals, Fountain Pens, Inks. But she also draws the occasional Mandala.
posted by tylerfulltilt on Apr 17, 2009 - 34 comments

Nightmare Tank

I don't imagine it'll be everyone's cup of tea, but there'll certainly be some of you who'll find a measure of enjoyment in the viewing of Nightmare Tank's whimsical death machines and/or severed heads.
posted by flapjax at midnite on Mar 17, 2009 - 13 comments

And it is TOTALLY AMAZING

"Quentin Blake doesn't need a website. But Quentin Blake has a website." [more inside]
posted by doobiedoo on Mar 9, 2009 - 16 comments

Tom Gauld

Tom Gauld draws cartoons for the Guardian. [more inside]
posted by Rinku on Mar 3, 2009 - 7 comments

French Drawings

The Essence of Line is a collection of over 900 drawings by French artists "from Ingres to Degas" by the Baltimore Museum of Art. I'd link to some highlights but the site did such a stellar job of it that I'll just direct you there. They also have some sketchbooks. Note that some of the drawings have short essays about them. As a related link, here is the famous Demonographia, with drawings of demons by Louis Breton and descriptions by Collin de Plancy.
posted by Kattullus on Mar 1, 2009 - 7 comments

Character designs, level 2

Classic game characters redrawn
posted by Brandon Blatcher on Mar 1, 2009 - 35 comments

Buying a scalpel set doesn't make you a surgeon, but...

Not all of us need, or want, $10,000 worth of Adobe and Microsoft software to be creative. So, here's some alternatives, each available on every major platform:

GIMP, for all your drawing and photo-editing needs. (Windows and OSX.)
Inkscape, for vector graphics creation.
Scribus, for incredibly powerful document creation.
FontForge, if you want to make your own fonts.
OpenOffice, the old standby for word processing, spreadsheets, and all those other office needs. [more inside]
posted by cthuljew on Feb 20, 2009 - 189 comments

Glorious Soyuz Uterus.

"This is a regular Russian school biology textbook owned by some Russian school. He has modified some illustrations so now it’s hard to say sometimes what was there originally and what has appeared as a result of his imagination."
posted by squalor on Feb 12, 2009 - 24 comments

A better reality

The world should have more interestingly shaped creatures.
posted by Brandon Blatcher on Jan 31, 2009 - 29 comments

Some dads rule.

This dad draws cool pictures on his kids' brown paper lunch bags. Every day.

A new bag each day for my kids. I'm the dad. I make these during my lunch break. His kids, Dylan and Dana are getting not only kickass sacks for their lunches, but also an awesome education in pop culture. Highlights include: Mugato, Toad from Super Mario Bros. video games, Red Ryder, characters from MTV's "Daria", and more vintage-y type stuff, such as V.I.N.Cent.
posted by Rudy Gerner on Jan 23, 2009 - 67 comments

Higher State of Consciousness

Drawing on drugs by Jeremy Eaton. [more inside]
posted by gman on Dec 18, 2008 - 12 comments

Le territoire des morts

Portraiture of the living dead. [some NSFW; via Bygone Bureau] [more inside]
posted by Korou on Dec 10, 2008 - 31 comments

It's a ninja. With a tuba.

A collection of weird and whimsical pop culture t-shirt designs.
posted by desjardins on Dec 7, 2008 - 32 comments

These shoes are ripe for crafting

While you may not be the shoe hoarder some people are, you have shoes in your closet you never wear and you'd like to know what to do with them. Are they just boring? In that case you could just experiment with new ways to lace them, or find a way to make them light up when you walk into a room. Or you could draw on the shoes with markers or sharpies. You could also paint them, going with the theme of your choice: Art Nouveau, Picasso, Day of the Dead, or any of the ideas here. You could cut motifs from fabric and glue them on to your lace-ups, cover your flats with new fabric, bling up a pair of strappy shoes with glitter, or embellish your flip-flops with some yarn. Is the old upper worn out? Knit or crochet a new one. Want to get where you're going faster? Make custom roller skates, or modify your bicycle. Do your shoes hurt your feet? Put them on your face instead as a wrestling mask, or turn them into an iPod case. Your shoes could also become a birdhouse, a planter, a centrepiece, or an integral part of a coat rack, bookends or leg lamp. If you're really not up to crafting, here are 11 non-crafty ways to recycle old shoes. But what fun is that?!?
posted by orange swan on Oct 29, 2008 - 22 comments

Sharpen your pencils!

Mark Kistler has spent over two decades inspiring kids to pick up their pencils and draw. If you're a child of the 80s, you'll remember him as Commander Mark, host of The Secret City Adventures on PBS—some episodes of which are conveniently archived on YouTube for your nostalgic viewing pleasure. [more inside]
posted by greenie2600 on Oct 26, 2008 - 15 comments

Trevor and Ryan Oakes' perspective easel

Twin brothers Trevor and Ryan Oakes have a new technique for drawing perspective. Unlike the camera obscura and camera lucida (allegedly) employed by Renaissance masters, their method uses an easel with a curved steel frame which splits the artist's view into a grid and a skullcap to lock his head into place. By employing an optical trick similar to magic-eye stereoscopy, the artist can superimpose what he sees onto a thin strip of his paper. The result? Richly detailed line drawings on concave surfaces. Their website. (Look for Trevor's pipe cleaner weavings and the see-through concave cardboard wall). More, more and more.
posted by hydrophonic on Oct 26, 2008 - 24 comments

Forty Four Presidents and a letter to a cat...

Forty Four Presidents and a letter to a cat. Starring: Grover Cleveland's love life! McKinley's untimely death! Truman singing! Taft in the bath! & more...
posted by jim in austin on Oct 17, 2008 - 14 comments

Mad Meg revisited

Mad Meg. Since the beginning of 2001, I draw in small notebooks 11 cm X 15 cm (approximately), always with a ballpoint pen, always on same paper, always in black. (Some drawings are NSFW) Digestion Paintings, her renditions of paintings by other artists l Glam Freak Show l The Family Code l Chimères l The Patriarchs l Digestion Notebooks l Photos of Mad Meg setting up for her most recent exhibit at the Austin Gallery in London, which opened today. [more inside]
posted by nickyskye on Oct 14, 2008 - 20 comments

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