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The Marketplace at Haun Pond

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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
Subject Landscape
Material Pen & Ink
Style Realist
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Share a little about the materials, processes and techniques used to create this piece. I used graphite and pen in a mid grade, textured paper sketchbook. This was done during the morning during my creative hour at a local shopping areas pond and sitting patio.

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Is the piece for sale? No

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Hello laytricia 39913, Welcome to Perspective in Landscape Drawing. First, let me respond to your inquiry in the "Question" section: It was forwarded to the experts at Craftsy and they will respond soon. Second, here is my reply to you that was "published" on the 14 July: Patrick Connors - Mon Jul 14 2014 Hello laytricia39913, Welcome to Perspective in Landscape Drawing. Although this is primarily a drawing course for landscape [exterior], there are principles presented in the lessons that will be of use in your interior renderings. Also, you may consider taking a look at the Craftsy course, "The Art and Science of Perspective" presented by Jeff DiCicco. If you are getting a little lost in the terminology it may be a simple matter of reviewing those lessons in which those words and meanings were presented. Buon coraggio in your university studies! I look forward to seeing the posts of your assignments.

07/15/2014 Flag

[criticism continued] Now to the matter at hand: Your drawing of the Marketplace. It is appreciated that included a reference image and some information. In the future could you also share with us the dimensions of the sketch? The drawing is good, your confidence with a linear expression is impressive as is the handling of the pen. Were you standing up when you drew this? The reason for this question is a matter of the placement of the eye-level line and subsequently the ground plane. These two perspective features are different from those in reference image. Once you start using the Cone of Vision Tool and the Albertian Veil, you appreciation for a classic perspective view may expand. All-in-all a good first effort. I look forward to seeing the post of your next assignment.

07/15/2014 Flag