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Evening In The Country

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Perspective in Landscape Drawing taught by Patrick Connors

Master linear perspective and learn to draw landscapes accurately using simple tools and classic techniques.

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Share a little about the materials, processes and techniques used to create this piece. Chanson 60 lb. sketch pad 9x12. Staedtler H, 2H, 3B. I really like how this turned out. I think I am finally beginning to get the hang of linear perspective ( correct me if I'm wrong Mr. Patrick!). I used a plastic eraser to whiten some of the clouds a bit. I drew this from a magazine while waiting to see a very busy doctor!

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I love this one too!

04/08/2014 Flag

Hello Mewzikgal, Congratulations on another fine drawing for the course. It is appreciated that you provided all the information about the materials- the range of value in your drawing demonstrates the advantage of having a range of graphite hardnesses. You are getting the hang of linear perspective- well done! [Certainly I and felow perspectivi Joygp agree] This rendering is an eloquent solution to the problem of what to do in the doctors's waiting room. The main concern with this drawing is the perspective of the roof on the foremost building, although all the components of the building are vanishing to a single point it seems "off." The other roof seems fine and as you will see in my post I used it to establish the eye-level line. My posted image is a possible solution. I look forward to reading your response to that posting.

04/17/2014 Flag

Which post should I be looking at?

04/17/2014 Flag

It has not been displayed yet; sometimes it takes about a day to show. You can see it in "My Projects" section.

04/18/2014 Flag

Hello Mewzikgal, The image and commentary may take awhile to appear in the Projects Gallery but it is displayed now in My Projects. You can access it by clicking on my image. Look forward to reading your response to it.

04/18/2014 Flag