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I am delighted to create this course teaching how to draw a full painting of this charming hut.
This is a one hour comprehensive course which will guide you to learn
1. How to do a preliminary pencil sketch of a structure like this?
2. How to convert this pencil sketch into a pen sketch? What precautions need to be taken when starting with the pen sketch?
3. How to apply colors to the sketch? How to use colored inks and watercolors interchangeably and in harmony?
4. Dry brush technique for indicating the textures.
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About the instructors
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You can Art!
Shirish is a self taught artist based in a very populous city called Pune, in a very populous country called India.
Shirish works in the thriving Indian software industry since nearly two decades. But his art is his main passion (apart from family, authoring and reading books, movies, scuba diving and adventure sports, not necessarily in that order).
Shirish has published several books on the topics of sketching, which have achieved bestseller status in various categories in the Amazon marketplace.
Shirish is actively involved in fine arts, graphic novels, animated graphic novels, and short film making, He woks in several media like pen & inks, watercolors, oil colors, acrylics and digital painting. He paints various themes like landscapes, figures, abstracts and urban sketches. He is an active member of the Urban Sketchers community.
Shirish regularly conducts workshops for sketching, and has participated in several exhibitions since 2016. His sketches and paintings are present in private collection in India as well as in other countries.
Super Good course for beginners.
For the majority of the course, the picture being worked on was on an extreme angle due to the camera being over the instructor's left shoulder. Since there was minimal verbal instruction I considered this a problem. I want to know why they do the things they do. If I just wanted to fumble about on my own I wouldn't sign up for courses. This made it hard to compare to the reference photo as well as distorted the image and its proportions. I'm glad I watched the video on my phone because then I was able to hold my phone at an angle and was able to see the image a bit easier. The instructor painted out of frame, but that was more annoying than anything. While I completely agree with the instructor that your art is done when you think its done, leaving the Vespa unpainted in the lower third of the painting made it look like a jigsaw puzzle with a missing piece.
Very nice training, I recommend!
Thanks a lot, very good course, I learn so much
Is doing well
No instruction. How is this a course?