By Eloise Renouf
This inspiring sketchbook is a part of the new 20 Ways sequence from Quarry Books, designed to provide artists, designers, and doodlers a enjoyable and complex choice of representation enjoyable. each one unfold gains 20 inspiring illustrated examples of forty five subject matters - tree, tulip, shell, owl, peacock feather, mushroom, cloud, and a lot, a lot more–over 900 drawings, with clean area that you can draw your tackle 20 how one can Draw a Tree.This isn't really a step by step method book--rather, the stylized vegetation, timber, leaves, and clouds are simplified, modernized, and lowered to the main simple parts, exhibiting you the way uncomplicated summary shapes and types meld to create the development blocks of any merchandise that you really want to attract. all the 20 interpretations presents a special, attention-grabbing method of drawing a unmarried merchandise, offering a great deal of thought in your personal drawing. provided within the author’s uniquely inventive type, this attractive and motivational perform booklet offers a brand new tackle the realm of sketching, doodling, and designing.
Get out your favourite drawing instrument, and be mindful, there should not just 20 how one can Draw a Tree!
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My favorite pens are made by Sakura of America. I love their tools so much that I filmed a series of videos demonstrating pattern techniques using their awesome pens. com, or look them up on YouTube. ” video I show how to use all the different types of pens they make… many of which are pictured on these two pages. PEN TECHNIQUES FOR DARK & LIGHT BACKGROUNDS To add color accents to my designs, I often use combinations of Sakura’s Metallic and Stardust pens, as I did in the monogram “G”. I wrote the words “Dream” and “Live” using a shiny black Glaze pen to create the outlines, and then filled the spaces with bright color Gelly Roll Moonlight® pens — the vivid neon colors work well on both light and dark papers.
I like a cold-press paper like Strathmore’s 400 Series (140lb) watercolor paper. I prefer to draw on a relatively light weight paper which isn’t suitable for watercolors, so when I want to hand paint one of my drawings I scan it, and print it onto 90 lb watercolor paper. The 90 lb stock works nicely in my laser printer, and the toner acts almost as a resist, which helps me stay inside the lines! I either use Canson’s Foundation Series or Strathmore’s 200 Series Watercolor paper. Try different brands and finishes to see what works best for you.
TIP 5: If you want to create a complete circular frame quickly, try patterning 1/4 or 1/2 of the circle and then step and repeat the design digitally to create complete circular frames. This is the technique I used to create the patterns framing the letter “S” above. SIMPLE CIRCLE DESIGNS Create dazzling drawings that go from an ordinary circle to a detailed drawing in five easy steps! As you’ll see with the examples below, starting a design with a central circle is a great way to create unique illustrations.
20 Ways to Draw a Tree and 44 Other Nifty Things from Nature: A Sketchbook for Artists, Designers, and Doodlers by Eloise Renouf