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For years, master artist Steve Huston has been asked how he creates his beautiful sketchbooks. In this series, he will teach you how to blend two very distinct processes into one great way to do studies – or for that matter – finishes. Covering landscape, still-life, and figure, Steve shows you why watercolor is such a great tool […]

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In this video lesson Steve continues his Landscape series by finally doing a demonstration that applies many of the principles previously discussed. Steve will draw a misty forest scene using Sharpie pens as well as a white Conté pencil and white chalk stick. Steve will demonstrate concepts such as composition, perspective, creating value, stylization, technique, […]

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In this video lessons world-renowned artist Steve Huston continues his landscape series by focusing on the elements of design for landscape drawings and paintings. Steve will show you how to break your composition into quadrants to help analyze the compositional and three-dimensional elements including perspective. Steve will cover how to establish the right frame for […]

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In this video lessons world-renowned painter Steve Huston will teach you a structural approach to painting the landscape. Steve will cover the overall construction of elements within your piece as well as gradation, foreground versus background, shape, positive and negative space and the Three Value System. Materials Sharpie Marker Newsprint Carbothello Pencil – Burnt Umber […]

In this first lesson of the series, instructor Bill Perkins will introduce the following elements: aspects of line, edges, eye line, implied line through force and direction, rhythm, direction of axis, and space. Bill will also introduce the Style spectrum, elements of design, Notan versus Mass and Chiaroscuro versus Form. Materials Faber-Castell Pitt Pastel Pencil […]

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Ellen Eagle
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