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YOUR HANDBOOK GUIDE
TO SKETCHING

A Guide to Styles, Tools, and Methodologies of Sketching

Sketches are an integral part of the work of any artist. It doesn't matter what you have dedicated your life to or just decided to learn - oil, watercolor, or the art of sketching. Each of us carries sketchbooks in our backpacks to capture the world around us or our thoughts and ideas. Just like every aspiring writer does not part with a notebook.

In the first volume of this guide, I collected my experience, the necessary knowledge about the materials and the fundamentals of the sketching methodology. It's all gathered in the right place, properly organized to help you upgrade your sketching from intuitive action to a conscious and professional process.

Softcover, 256 pages, In English

Size: 8 x 6 inches (20.5 x 15.5 cm), 1.2 lbs (530 g).

You can order this book on WatercolorOnline.com website:

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

 

Part One. The Tools of the Trade

  •     Wooden Lead Pencils

  •     Mechanical Pencils

  •     Watercolor Pencils

  •     Colored Pencils

  •     Special Pencils

  •     OptiFlow Pen

  •     SOLO Pen

  •     Ink, Bamboo Stick, and Others

  •     Brush Pen

  •     Ball Pen

  •     White Marker

  •     Exotic Materials

  •     Watercolor: Minimal Color Set

  •     The Color Green

  •     Palettes: Solutions and Opportunities

  •     Paper: Variations - What are They and Why?

  •     Erasers

  •     Pleasant Trifles

  •     Travel Set #1 - The Ultimate Sketching Set

  •     Travel Set #2

  •     Travel Set #3

Part Two. Theory and Exercises

  •     Pencils - How to Hold Them and Why?

  •     Lines

  •     Tone

  •     Shape Without Contour

  •     Hatching

  •     Shadow

  •     Crumpled Paper

  •     Tinted Paper

  •     Black Paper

  •     Style

Everything you need to get started can be found at WatercolorOnline.com 

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