Art Class Volume 7

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Art Class Volume 7

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Lesson 25: PUT IT IN PERSPECTIVE (ONE-POINT PERSPECTIVE) - You'll focus on an important skill to achieve realistic drawings - understanding linear perspective, specifically one-point perspective, Pat walks you through key concepts like horizon line and vanishing point through the exercise of drawing a set of railroad tracks that recede into the distance! Supplies needed: #2 Pencil, Kneaded Eraser, 2 sheets of Larger White Paper, Ruler or Straightedge.

Lesson 26: PUT IT IN PERSPECTIVE (TWO-POINT PERSPECTIVE) - Did you ever wonder how to draw a perfect cube? The concept of two-point perspective is explored as Pat walks through some drawing exercises to achieve the realism of linear perspective from a different point of view! Supplies needed: #2 Pencil, Kneaded Eraser, 2 sheets of Larger White Paper, Ruler or Straightedge.

Lesson 27: THE LANDSCAPE (Part 1) - The world of the outdoors provides a lot of great subject matter for artists! Pat introduces the landscape and some basic principles for drawing in perspective with this common subject for artists. Just look out a window or pick your favorite outdoor spot and get drawing! Supplies needed: #2 Pencil, Kneaded Eraser, Few sheets of Larger White Paper, Piece of Charcoal or a Charcoal Pencil.

Lesson 28: THE LANDSCAPE (Part 2) - Master artist Pat continues to explore key principles in achieving aerial perspective (a sense of depth and realism) when drawing landscapes in color. The tried-and-true medium of crayon is used for a lovely landscape exercise that any young artist can do! Supplies needed: #2 Pencil, Kneaded Eraser, 1 sheet of Smaller White or Lightly Toned Paper, Set of Colored Pencils.

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Review by EsomeRexmaxia (Posted on 1/22/12)

Hello, thanks for all the users, I will upload many more video tutorials in coming days, admin
Took the class, bought the set

Review by 4myson (Posted on 11/5/11)

At a convention in Calif, I went to 2 workshops to decide between 2 companies that teach art . I didn't know which curriculum to buy.
No comparison.
See the LIght is not only Bible based, but Pat Holt showed us Lesson #25, and we all drew along with Pat Knepley.
That did it for me, but what about my son?
I brought him to the booth, and in spite of all the noise, he did Lesson 25, liked it, and I bought the set.
End of story? Not quite. He's enjoying all the lessons and learning a ton.

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