Learn to draw and color a village scene in the bird’s eye view. This is part 2 of a two-part series. The first part covered drawing the village scene with correct proportions in monochrome, while this part will focus on coloring the sketch.
If I knew every step needed to write and publish a book, I would never write a book!
Fortunately, I did not!
I learned many of the steps (and still learning) on the job and published my first book, Get-Set-Sketch!.
Following in the footsteps of “Get-Set-Sketch!”, my second book “Composition and Perspective – A simple, yet powerful way to draw stunning, expressive sketches” is available on the Amazon Kindle store.
Both these books will be available (in print format) at heavy discounts in my upcoming art exhibition, सैरArt. Stay tuned!
Some pen, inks, watercolors sketches made on the recent visit to Goa, India. Sketches always add a different flavor to any trip, making it more special, and making the sights and sound better ingrained in our minds.
Above 3 pics: Glimpses of the very popular Baga beach
Above: A boat resting in the Baga river
Above: A small portion of the Saint Francis Church of the old Goa
Above 2 pics: Another popular, yet thankfully less crowded beach, Anjuna