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Greenhouse drawings Lesson 1 and 2

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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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Category Drawing
Type Drawing
Subject Landscape
Material Graphite
Style Plein Air, Realist
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Share a little about the materials, processes and techniques used to create this piece. Mostly used graphite but some charcoal too.

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Is the piece for sale? No

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Graphite and charcoal drawings of my greenhouse

06/17/2014 Flag

Hello swonny, Pleased to see that you uploaded the drawings to this section where everyone can see them and my commentary. Could you share with us the dimensions of the paper? Using charcoal and graphite can give you a wide range of tone and textures. Do you normallly work like this? Well done on both, especially the second. It is sometimes a good idea to do a drawing [painting, sculpture, etc.] two or three or four times working out challenges and ideas. In the second drawing, you are more confident with the perspective, notably the flag stones, the composition, and in the tonal structure. In the second drawing be careful on those things in the distance, for instance the tree branches, being depicted so darkly and linearly.They come forward and cancel some of your pictorial space. Did the border help you noticeably? I look forward to seeing the post of your next drawing.

06/19/2014 Flag

Yes, the border helped tremendously.. I was wondering about the dark branches in the background. Thanks

06/20/2014 Flag

Pleased to read that.

06/22/2014 Flag

Paper is 9" x 12".

06/20/2014 Flag

Thank you

06/22/2014 Flag