Tag: watercolor

Observation drawing – 8.-9.3.2019

In the third drawing lessons we drew some random objects or plaster models instead of life drawing. Some of the class also tried out iPad with the pen and practiced digital painting on top of a photograph. I instead painted both days since I have the tools available at home for later. I made backgrounds

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Painting practices – portraits

So I did a few faces as painting practices using watercolour, colored pencils and gouache. Water color preparations / work in process: In all the pics I used mainly water color and colored pencils, with gouache white. For the second I repainted the rose with gouache and for the last I ended up painting with

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One pictorial basic variable – assignment (6.10.)

Before this assignment we had looked through multiple different images discussing the pictorial variables in the group. Going through e.g. colors, light, space, perspective, composition and also discussion on what is art, an artist and the different layers of creativity. For the assignment we were to pick some basic variable from the images we went

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Image Perception and Drawing Exercise with watercolor and charcoal (22.9.)

Second assignment was to draw in the university main building Capitolium (designed by Alvar Aalto, 1955) hallway, in chosen location. One painting from inside to outside while having more of the building and interior in the image and a second version with more of the outside in focus. Main media was watercolor and then the

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