By Alwyn Crawshaw
Книга на английском языке, посвященная рисованию пейзажей. Авторы издания подробно рассказывают обо всех нюансах рисования с натуры, начиная с выбора красок и заканчивая отображением всех нюансов цвета на готовой картине. Материал представлен в виде нескольких уроков, каждый из которых посвящен созданию отдельного пейзажа.An fascinating new method of instructing panorama portray - every thing is completed direct from nature.All panorama painters prefer to paint without delay from nature and right here Alwyn and June Crawshaw convey the reader the right way to care for the entire difficulties of portray outdoor, even the elements! The e-book is split into various sections, every one facing a side of panorama portray. Contents:IntroductionCoping With altering LightWorking With GreensCreating AtmospherePainting TreesChoosing Dramatic SubjectsPainting Open SpacesPainting WaterSketching PeopleColourful ScenesPainting BuildingsWorking In A scorching ClimateCoping With wet WeatherComplicated Scenes
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