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.
Part 1: https://youtu.be/CreH0URQoCM
Part 2: https://youtu.be/Th4dLjM-eZQ
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One more doodle depicting a fantasy city.
NSFW warning (nudity) – Drawing a human form is always challenging. And even more challenging is drawing a foreshortened form.
In this video, we will learn how to draw a foreshortened female nude form. This artwork is rendered using a pencil, brush pen and pigma micron technical pens.
Learn to draw a monochrome landscape using pens and black ink. Follow this link to watch the time-lapse video of making of this sketch.
Understanding values (dark, light and mid tones) is extremely important when sketching/painting, even though the painting may be fully colored.
If you are sketching in monochrome, values help identify various elements from each other.
If you are sketching in colors, values lend a certain jazz, character and contrast to the sketch.
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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
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Do you want to learn how to draw Three point perspective – Worm’s eye view, i.e. draw the sketch of a building looking up? Then click on the link above and see the full video.
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