Before you start to work, it’s best to decide where your horizon is, portrait or landscape. Composing a picture, A, B, C, or D are where the center of interest should be, then compose the picture around it. Examples of positioning your center of interest. Don’t put your horizon line in the middle as itContinue reading “Composing a Picture”
Check it out on my YouTube Channel https://youtu.be/9gF5rHILJkc. Using felt tip pens to visualize your work.
This is a tonal exercise. Begin with a drawing. Divide your paper to make thumbnail size areas, either 6 or 9. Place your horizon line roughly two thirds of the way up the thumbnail. Than draw triangles for the yachts, remembering to make them smaller as they get further in the distance. Stagger them. Now,Continue reading “Design in One Tone”
An exercise using Water Soluable Felt Tip Pens First divide your paper into 6 to 9 segments. If you are unsure of your drawing, trace an image of appropriate size. The point of this exercise is to develop the background. Here I’ve demonstrated a horse with a rider. You can build either an abstract backgroundContinue reading “Horses”