Artistry and a few definitions

 Commercial art is art created for the purpose of promoting a product. Art is the manifestation of an idea in the form of work on a piece of paper. Commercial art is created with sale value in mind. Commercial art requires skill in imagination as well as free hand drawing. A commercial artist also needs to master various techniques to bring out the gist of the product being advertised. After training in commercial art, the artist can design posters, logos, catalogues, letterheads, business cards, certificate writing, sketching, product labels, book covers and so on. Commercial art is the ultimate test of skill of the artist. 

Fine art is the art form where aesthetics is given importance over everything else. Drawing or Painting is one of the forms of fine art. An artist creates a work of art for the purpose of exhibition or display. A work of art will ultimately be sold or displayed in a gallery. Drawing requires a high degree of skill and knowledge of technique. While the creativity factor is always high in fine art, an artist also needs to be trained in use of all material. The artist also needs to communicate an idea to the audience with the help of the painting. A fine art work will always get you appreciation. If you feel that you have a natural talent, fine art should be the course of your choice.

Medium used for Art and Drawing courses by Artistry are Plastic Crayons, Oil Pastels, Water Colour, Poster Colour, Sketch Pens, Pencil Colours and Charcoals. Skill of the artist also depends on the knowledge of the medium. Success of the drawing also depends on the correct selection and use of medium. Confidence with the medium enhances imagination and creativity. Learning mediums also include selection and mixing of colours to achieve various effects. Mixing two or more mediums gives a wonderful effect to the final drawing. Use of the right combo of medium will make the desired result of your idea. Choice of medium greatly enhances speed which is an advantage in commercial art.