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Demonstration of a Forest Scene with Steve Huston

Demonstration of a Forest Scene
Explore the Art of Landscape Drawing Discover how to combine structure, gesture, value, gradation, perspective, framing, and stylization to create a landscape drawing

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Steve Huston
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51m 18s

In this lesson, instructor Steve Huston will create a landscape that applies many of the principles previously discussed; structure, gesture, value, gradation, perspective, framing, stylization, etc. You will watch as he develops a forest scene. He will also go over the idea of developing a narrative for your audience.

This lesson belongs to the course Introduction to Landscape Drawing. In this crash course, Steve Huston will overview the principles of landscape drawing. You will learn how to use the concepts of gesture and structure in landscape art. You will explore the basic strategies to achieve effective compositional designs. Steve will show you how to apply the laws of light to drawing landscape scenes. After this course, you will be able to make strong design choices in your artwork.

Throughout this course, you’ll have access to the NMA community for feedback and critiques to improve your work as you progress.

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