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Using Value in Landscape Drawing with Bill Perkins

Using Value in Landscape Drawing
Develop Compositions for Landscape Drawings Create compositional and value studies for your landscape drawings

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Bill Perkins
Composition, Landscape, Light & Color
Charcoal Pencil, Conté, Paper
1h 45m 37s

In this lesson, instructor Bill Perkins will teach you how to establish a value Matrix within a landscape drawing. You will learn to create two and three value matrices; this will allow you to design a powerful composition in your drawings and expand your ability to simplify values and shapes.

This lesson belongs to the course Beginner’s Guide to Drawing. It is a 12-week course designed to empower new students with a structured approach for learning how to draw. Join instructors Steve Huston, Chris Legaspi, Heather Lenefsky, Bill Perkins, and Mark Westermoe as you learn the fundamentals of perspective, rendering, and composition. After completing this course, you will develop a solid foundation in drawing.

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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