Monthly Archives: September 2018
Graphic drawing is associated primarily with detailed pencil sketches and portraits, clear ink illustrations and capillary pens. Soft, bulk materials often remain forgotten at the end of the basics of teaching art, and self-taught artists avoid them altogether due to unusual behavior and lack of samples. And in vain: the softness of coal and pressed crayons makes it easier to work with tones in the schedule, and sharpened charcoal pencils allow you to achieve maximum detail even on a small canvas.
Although coal is mainly used for sketches and undermining, graphic artists choose it as the main material for work. Continue reading
Nowadays, it is becoming increasingly difficult to surprise the viewer. Therefore, artists, artists, directors and other representatives of the creative professions have to go to various tricks, master new techniques, work with non-standard tools and materials. For example, a relatively new direction in the visual arts was born relatively recently – painting on the leaves of trees.
Recently patented direction – in the nineties of the last century in China. However, it cannot be called innovative, since the technique of carving pictures on pieces of paper has been known for many centuries. But the complexity of working with tree leaves is much more complicated. Continue reading