For nearly 100 years, the name Walter Foster editions has been synonymous with artistic education. Since self-taught artist Walter T. Foster established the company in 1922, it has produced educational arts and crafts kits and books for adults and children. Now the company has had a facelift with a brand new website that is full of all kinds of goodies for anyone who enjoys creating art.
The website not only includes all of your favorite books from Walter Foster Publishing, Painting with Bob Ross To Color mixing recipes for watercolor To Authorized embroidery—But there are also new features that allow anyone to learn online. The brand new Art studio is a place to find your favorite Walter Foster artists and authors and follow their video tutorials. New content is added regularly, so come back often to learn or hone a new skill.
Current tutorials include lessons on how to hand-hand a glass frame, make papier-mâché paste, and fold an origami fox. Artist Sonia Leong also gives a crash course in the visual language of manga so artists can hone their skills. In addition, the art workshop includes free and downloadable projects and activities.
Painters will enjoy free lessons on how to mix dark tones with watercolor or even paint an island in nature with Bob Ross. Craftsmen can find projects on how to make polymer clay animals or produce log stamps. And the downloadable materials are particularly rich for those who love to draw. Whether you want to learn how to draw a squirrel, perfect comic book inking techniques, or learn how to draw a plaid with a colored pencil, there is something for you.
With new content being added all the time, there are plenty of reasons to bookmark Walter Foster Publishing’s new website. Enjoying nearly 100 years of arts education is a must for any creative, whether you are an amateur or a professional.
Walter Foster Publishing has spent almost 100 years producing arts and crafts books for adults and children.
Their new website is full of their signature books, including lessons on how to paint with Bob Ross.