By Marty Noble
Книга для раскрашивания, содержащая 30 африканских орнаментов. Все изображения взяты с настоящих изделий народов Африки: тканей, ковров, дверных панелей, головных уборов, пещерных рисунков и т.п. Издание предназначено для любителей раскрашивания всех возрастов, но будет также полезно художникам, дизайнерам и ремесленникам, интересующимся африканским искусством.A dynamic and expressive style, African artwork has had a massive impression on modern artwork and designs. The 30 huge, ready-to-color illustrations during this assortment - all tailored from conventional African designs - replicate the continent#96;s wealthy creative and cultural heritage.Carefully rendered from actual artifacts are are a Moorish fabric development, an Ashanti carved door panel, a Malian wood headdress within the kind of an antilope, an Ethiopian move, a South African cave portray, a Tunision carpet layout, and different motifs.The fascinating designs, with their strange features and local features, will pride people paintings fans and coloring ebook enthusiasts of every age. The daring renderings also will entice picture artists, designers, and craftworkers.
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Think of it as the scaffold on which to hang your designs and rendering techniques. In just a few lines, we want to find all the essential elements that make up a specific pose and even the type of model in that pose. Figure Drawing, c. 2002, by Steve Huston. Alphacolor and Conté chalk on Strathmore, Bristol finish. It comes down to the fact that we won’t master this with any kind of consistency . . . unless we start with something like this. Dimension Here’s what three-dimensional structure means when working on flat paper: If the marks made on the paper move the viewer’s eye over the form, then she feels a solid three-dimensional structure.
Fig. C. Using the three-dimensional ends with eye level. If we see a tube in alignment with the picture plane, Fig. D, as in schematic 1 (S1), and our eye level rises above it, then we draw the rib cage, more or less, as I did in drawing 1 (D1). If it’s tilting away from us at the top, as in schematic 2 (S2), then the “on top-ness” cancels things out again, more or less, and we end up with something like drawing 2 (D2). And last, if the tube tilts toward us at the top and remains below our eye level as in schematic 3 (S3), then we end up with a rib cage that has doubled up and we draw deeply curving ends as in drawing 3 (D3).
I use sandpaper from the hardware store. It sharpens your pencils to a finer point than just using a knife. I sand down a little bit of an Alphacolor stick to load pigment onto my stump. 9. Stumps. These cylindrical drawing tools, made of tightly rolled paper in a pencil shape, are used to blend or smudge marks. 10. Markers. Choose a couple of grays to shade over your pen drawings: that’s what auto designers and entertainment designers use. The thing with markers is you can start with a light gray and keep marking down a new layer over the old to get darker and darker.