Drawing Landscape


Drawing Landscape

Author: Prosenjit Saha & Arundhati Saha
Format: Paperback
Language: English
ISBN: 9788178061542
Code: 9414A
Pages: 64
Price: US$ 5.00

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Nature provides a myriad of beautiful objects. Both landscape and still life drawings give the opportunity to present diversities of nature like tree, mountain, sea, etc. This book Drawing Landscape teaches you how to master the art of drawing various still life objects. The book helps you in learning how to use various light source and perspectives to present the most beautiful elements in nature through appropriate pencil strokes and colour. Unicorn Art Books brings to you a wide range of art books, hoping to make a vast difference in your artistic talents.

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About the Author(s)

Prosenjit Saha and Arundhati Saha have done their Master of Visual Arts and Bachelor of Visual Arts respectively from Government College of Art and Craft, Kolkata. Prosenjit specialises in pencil sketching, matte painting and clay modelling; while Arundhati is a sculptor. Prosenjit has done mural designing for Metro Railway, Kolkata in the year 2000 and has worked as a concept designer and visualiser for murals at NIFT Kolkata and Kolkata Book Fair. He has also worked as a designer and visualiser for Kolkata Film City. He has participated in various group exhibitions including Kala Fine Arts Exhibitions in USA from 2000 to 2002. The author has, to his credit, a solo exhibition named 'Taj through My Window' which he showcased in Delhi in 2005.

Contents

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1. Introduction
2. Basic Things of Drawing
3. Line & Strokes
4. How to Start Drawing
5. How to Finish
6. How to Colour

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A drawing cannot be drawn or painted convincingly without a study of the light on its planes. The camera can give only the superficial effects. We should always search for the broader planes upon which these confusing details lie. Since the light changes so rapidly, it is practical to make a quick sketch drawing like the one at the top of the page, to record the main planes of the light, halftone, and shadow. This gives a basis for building the solid effects later. Careful study of this page will reveal the fact that any type of surface form can be rendered by duplicating the effect of light and shadow as they occur. Every material or surface has its own characteristic effect. Every effect is made up of light, halftone and shadow. If we study the subject and can define those elements clearly and can then fit them properly, we have a re-created form and also the effects of the material of which it is composed. In the drawings above, arrows indicate the direction of the light. Set up a number of subjects composed of a variety of materials and render the effects.

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