Being a non-objective painter is a lot more difficult than people might think. Although some would argue that all you have to do is just throw some shapes on the page and voila, its more a case of ‘are you happy with it and can you walk away?’ Well Virginia Cobb shows you her methods to help you tailor your own abstract piece and tell of techniques such as ‘under painting’ alongside the use of a variety of tools with which she uses to achieve her look. A great in depth look at the more abstract side of art.
In this nice simple video tutorial the artist uses a pen to demonstrate how to draw a quick sketch of a head using the Reilly method. A quick sketch means any type of sketch lasting from 1 to 10 mins. The artist narrates over the top of this video to give you a complete step by step understanding of how he is approaching the Reilly method. In this video you will cover drawing fundamentals, head lay-in / construction, adding light and shade and edgework. A very complete tutorial which you will come away from with a new found understanding for drawing in pen.
This tutorial we look at the absolute basics of how to airbrush, learning how to correctly do a DOT while double actioning the airbrush. Good introduction for anyone first starting out on airbrushing. All the basic principles including the control of the airbrush to the distance to hold the air gun away from the surface are covered here. It is very important to learn the control and quantity of ink to apply to the gun in order to get the desired amounts for your finished design. Become an airbrushing pro in no time!
This is a nice quick and to the point video tutorial of how to draw clothes on the female form as a conceptual fashion drawing. The fashion designer in the video has the lady’s figure already pencilled out and she then simply draws her desired fashion garment over the top. This is where the eraser comes out and certain areas are taken away to put the emphasis on the garment rather than the female. An encouraging and easy to follow video for anyone to watch.
Oh my God. You have to wonder just how much chalk this artist is using to fill an entire street or 6! Again a massively impressive montage of just how talented some street artists can be. Their will to succeed is commendable to say the least as some of these would have taken days, possibly weeks!A must watch, prepare to be blown away.