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One Photo Three Landscapes : Landscape Painting In Gouache

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One Photo Three Landscapes : Landscape Painting In Gouache
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This is a beginner friendly class that teaches you how to take one reference photo and create many different paintings based on it.
Using reference photos for paintings is something almost all artists do, so it's important that you learn the skill properly. Many artists try to copy the photo as it is and that results in bad paintings. Learning this skill will empower you to create original works of art from your reference photos without being a slave to the photos.

In this class I'll show how I use 1 photo as a starting point and create 3 different paintings from it.
The class begins with creating multiple different compositions from one photo. These compositions will be 3 different formats, square, horizontal rectangle or landscape mode and vertical rectangle or the portrait mode.
Along the way we'll discuss some guidelines about good composition, how to add or remove things to make the composition more interesting and captivating.
Then you'll see me paint three landscape paintings from start to finish based on the compositions we created. I'll be using watercolor and gouache but you can use whichever medium you are comfortable with.
During these painting demos I'll use a limited number of colors and show you how I mix every other color that the painting needs.
This will help you gain confidence in color mixing and give you a structured way to complete your paintings.
In addition to the reference photo that I have used in this class, I have included 2 more photos for you to work from.
Your project or assignment for this class will be to make different compositions from any of these photos and paint one or more landscapes based on that.
Once you are done with this class, you'll never worry about lack of reference material and have the tools to turn any reference photo into attractive and impactful paintings. You'll have many different ideas to work on and your paintings will reflect your creative vision and personality.



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I like the prospect of learning how to draw, I often buy various online courses, but so far without success. Sometimes I even envy people who are born with this talent and don't use it throughout their lives. I'm seriously thinking about learning to paint by number, it seems to me it will be much easier. I'm waiting to unpack my custom paintings, I ordered several at once. It would be foolish to start with some complex landscapes or portraits, I chose the simplest (in my opinion) drawings. I hope that I can become at least a little bit of an artist.
 
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I like the prospect of learning how to draw, I often buy various online courses, but so far without success. Sometimes I even envy people who are born with this talent and don't use it throughout their lives. I'm seriously thinking about learning to paint by number, it seems to me it will be much easier. I'm waiting to unpack my custom paintings, I ordered several at once. It would be foolish to start with some complex landscapes or portraits, I chose the simplest (in my opinion) drawings. I hope that I can become at least a little bit of an artist.
this might be a late reply, but have you tried proko's course? that's how I get started last year, and I think I got improvement here and there.

Until now I went through:
1. Proko Figure Drawing Fundamentals Course
2. Drawabox Lessons 1
3. Marshall Vandruff's 1994's Perspective Videos (from his website) until video 6
4. Marshall Vandruff's Bridgman Bootcamp (free from his youtube channel) (stop at around part 10, because I'm not ready into anatomy yet)
5. Go back to 1994's Perspective Videos with Ernest Watson's "Creative Perspective" as a supplement book, but it's a tough book I would recommend others, heard "Framed Perspective 1" is good.
6. Currently back to figure drawing, studying Michael Hampton "Figure Drawing Design and Invention"

What I'm intended to tackle in the future:
- Morpho's Cloting Folds and Creases
- Iten Dorian's Shading Course, (to start learning rendering)

The point is I think we can learn step by step from the fundamentals while also making sure that we know the goal we want to pursue (as for me character painting), but be aware that not everyone enjoy learning by technical stuffs like this.
 

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