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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 Other
Style Realist
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Please describe the type of work. photo

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Share a little about the materials, processes and techniques used to create this piece. this is the photo that I used for the first landscape project

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Is the piece for sale? No

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thank you! Colorado: Silverton :)

11/12/2013 Flag

Hello catalina papadia, Welcome to Perspective in Landscape Drawing. Congratulations on the posting of your first drawing for the course. Also, thank you for the information about the reference image, your drawing experience, and material. You did a fine first landscape drawing, and garnered a response from okart 730 [Thank you okart for the encouraging words]. I am going back to your original post to comment on the drawing.

11/15/2013 Flag

Hello Patrick, Thank you very much for the comments and especially for the encouragement! I need a lot of that. I've seen many beautiful drawings posted by my classmates and read your comments that in fact extended the instruction ...It is a great way of learning! I don't have much to ask you right now since I am complete beginner. I understood the Albertian veils instruction and remembered that my teacher showed us the same drawing of Duhrer demonstrating the use of it. It makes things a lot easier to figure out. The thing is that I am very shy and I have hard time just going outside and start drawing if there are people around. I guess I should work a little on this issue also.:) Thanks again!

11/15/2013 Flag

Hello catalina papadia, You are taking full advatage of the atelier by looking at other student work and reading the comments.

11/20/2013 Flag

Reply to this comment...Whether you are shy or not, having people around when you are drawing can be distracting

11/20/2013 Flag

Look forward to the posting of your next drawing and readin your comments.

11/20/2013 Flag

Almost as great as the actual scene. This is what I'd love to be able to accomplish.

10/19/2014 Flag

Thank you, Starfish8! I want to paint this one ..I do better in painting , but didn't have much time. This class is very good because it makes you see things the way they are. Observe the whole picture, don't start by looking for details. :)

10/24/2014 Flag

Great painting, great subject. Those rocks, along with everything else are terrific. Wish I could make them that real. p.s. My eyes lit up when I saw that train..what else could it be than Durango to Silverton? A fellow Coloradoan, Anita

02/08/2016 Flag

would like to have your permission to paint the photo?? Artist richard wood

06/17/2016 Flag