This was an exercise to see how accurate my guess work was when it came to estimating perspective. A simple task to use all the reference points I could to construct a building without drawing in the vanishing points or perspective lines until after the drawing was finished. I chose a simple three story building which had a flat corner receding off into two point … Continue reading Pt 3, Pr 4, Ex 2 – Angular perspective.
While I enjoyed the expansive landscape 360 sketches I did up Kinder Scout, I wanted to do a 360 degrees set of drawings that displayed a changing townscape. I went over to a nearby village called Lymm which had the perfect recipe of water, trees, old cottages and winding roads. I took four 90 degree views of the village from the bottom of the road … Continue reading Pt 3, Pr 3, Ex 2 – Foreground, middle ground, background. Mixed media scene of Lymm Village. (in progress)
As I understand it a still life consists of an arrangement of inanimate objects as the subject. This can be anything that is not alive or moving. There seems to have been different themes throughout the ages, however popular subjects include food, (especially tables set up with meals, flowers, chairs, plants, shells, water glasses, and more popular in the 16th and 17th century, dead animals, … Continue reading A closer look at still life.