Landscape Problems & Solutions (Trouble-Shooting Handbook)
Book DescriptionLandscapes are the most popular subject areas among artists of all levels of ability. This invaluable handbook takes a practical problem-and-solution approach to drawing and painting popular landscape subjects, showing common mistakes andhow to rectify them. * Incorporating both drawing and watercolor media, the author: * Leads readers through a series of examples and exercises that introduce them to the equipment and techniques needed for landscapes * Examines a series of landscape-based themes in detail, showing the problems that can be encountered, and offering ingenious solutions to each * Follows the highly attractive and accessible layout as the other two books in the series--problem-and-solution spreads, clear annotation, and step-by-step demonstrations Each theme starts by demonstrating the basic marks and brushstrokes required for that subject, then sets out a series of problem-and-solution pages that are packed with useful tips on how to...
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