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Finding Your Voice as an Artist | Part 2: Design and Tonal Influences with Danny Galieote

Finding Your Voice as an Artist | Part 2: Design and Tonal Influences
Discover Your Own Artistic Voice Follow along as Danny guides you through an analysis of master works and how to use their influence to improve your art

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Instructor
Danny Galieote
Subjects
Art Theory, Drawing
Topics
Light & Color
Mediums
Colored Pencil, Paper, Pastel
Duration
1h 17m 15s
Series
Finding Your Voice as an Artist

In this series, artist Danny Galieote tackles a challenging topic that everyone eventually faces: how to find your personal voice as an artist. This second lesson will cover Danny’s design and tonal influences. He will begin with an analysis of Ivor Hele, Robert Riggs, and his own work, followed by several toned paper demonstrations. At the end, Danny will assign an exercise to help you put the ideas he discussed into practice.

Materials

  • Digital Tablet
  • CarbOthello Pencil – Burnt Sienna
  • Toned Drawing Paper
  • Caran d’Ache Supracolor Soft Aquarelle Pencil – Scarlet
  • General’s Kimberly Drawing Pencil – 6B
  • Prismacolor Ebony Pencil
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