From Keith Haring to Extinction Rebellion, the civil rights movement to Black Lives Matter, what does a revolution look like? Discover the power of words and images in this thought-provoking look at protest art.
You draw. Or you’ve been meaning to draw. Or you used to draw in fifth grade, and you’d like to reinvigorate your life with the creative habits you had in elementary school. These books can help.
When you want to practice the techniques in these titles, stop by any CLP Teenspace and grab a digital art kit. With an iPad, an Apple Pencil, and the Procreate app, you’ll work with the same tools as professional illustrators.
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Translated from the original Japanese, Shiyomi’s manual details 40 discrete tips to help you bring your characters to life.
Learn to draw manga characters of diverse racial, ethnic, and gender identities.
Timothy Goodman, a graphic designer who has worked with Nike and Apple, offers inspiration for artists creating complex projects with the ever-present Sharpie marker.
This title is also available for checkout as an eBook on Libby.
Covering anatomy, perspective, and character design, Stan Lee’s Master Class provides the next step for artists looking to perfect their superhero rendering.