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How to Create Lettering Inspired by Art
This month the Design Team is taking inspiration from our favorite Black artists to celebrate Black History Month. So, I want to show you how to create lettering inspired by one of my favorite artists: Amy Sherald. She paints incredible monochromatic portraits with the subjects often dressed in bold patterns […]

How to Create Lettering Inspired by Art


Create a Sponge Paint Galaxy With Tombow Products! #tombow
Hey Tombow fans! It’s Mandy from @thebrewtifulword here to show you how to use a sponge and Tombow products to paint a galaxy! To celebrate Black History Month, each Design Team member is picking a Black artist that inspires them and then creating projects to inspire you. There are so […]

Sponge Paint a Galaxy With Tombow


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Hey y’all, Katie here! The Tombow Design Team is excited to celebrate Black artists for Black History Month! I want to show you a few ways to create watercolor art inspired by your favorite artist. I have so many faves, as there are so many great artists out there. Morgan […]

DIY Watercolor Art Inspired by Your Favorite Artist



How to Create Art Inspired by Faith Ringgold #tombow #blackhistorymonth #art
Hi friends, it’s Jennie Garcia! February is Black History Month and I’m celebrating artist, teacher, writer and activist Faith Ringgold. She developed and popularized story quilts and also created masks, soft sculptures, mosaics and children’s books. Her activism opened doors for women in museums and galleries. If you want to […]

How to Create Art Inspired by Faith Ringgold


Make an Impressionist Drawing using Dual Brush Pens by Jessica Mack on behalf of Tombow
Hello, Jessica from BrownPaperBunny here to show you how to make an impressionist drawing with Dual Brush Pens. Taking inspiration from Claud Monet’s technique of using lots of small strokes of color to build up a picture, I’m going to show you how to easily create your own work of […]

Make an Impressionist Drawing With Dual Brush Pens


Comic Drawing using the Tombow ABT PRO Alcohol Based Markers. #tombow #xmen
Hey Tombow friends, this is Jennie! Today, I’m going to give you a few tips on comic drawing. This week, the Tombow Design Team was challenged to share a project with our favorite fandom. I have way too many but I decided to share an X-Men inspired drawing. I made […]

Comic Drawing: The Importance of Shadow and Light



Learn 5 tips to get your art journal started with Adrienne from @studio80design! 1
“We are all artists, painting our lives upon the canvas of reality. Mix the colors your own way and apply emotion liberally. Don’t be afraid to let your brushstrokes show, and above all else, make sure your art has soul.” -Cristen Rodgers Hi friends, Adrienne from @studio80design here! July is […]

Five Tips for Starting an Art Journal



Use @tombowusa MONO Drawing Pens for continuous line drawing with @graceannestudio! 1
  Hi Tombow friends! It’s Grace from Grace Anne Studio.  Are you looking for ways to improve your drawing? If so, you should try continuous line drawing! Continuous line drawing is simply drawing a subject in one continuous line without lifting your pen. It’s best used when you have uninterrupted […]

Drawing 101: Continuous Line Drawing



Pop Art Illustration Inspired By Roy Lichtenstein 1
Hey Tombow friends! This is Jennie and I love pop art! This week, the Tombow Design Team is using famous artists as inspiration. I chose Roy Lichtenstein. Pop Art comes from popular themes like television, music, food, comics, etc. Roy Lichtenstein was inspired by comic strips and advertisements. He used […]

Pop Art Illustration Inspired By Roy Lichtenstein


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Hey y’all, it’s Katie here today to share with you a few tips for mixed media sketching using Tombow’s 1500 Series Colored Pencils and Dual Brush Pens. I love using this technique to practice new ideas, face angles, subjects, etc. Supplies: Tombow 1500 Colored Pencils, 36 pc Set Tombow MONO […]

Mixed Media Sketching Using Colored Pencils