Observational Drawings of Solitary Objects

If you are going to draw objects from observation as a practice or observational exercise it is best to draw them in groups.

That way you can tackle information such as relationships between objects, multiple perspective, differing & comparative forms and scale.

But if you feel that you aren’t ready for that or you only have the one object available to you (…it seems unlikely, but I guess it could happen :/ ), then these simple additions to your rendering of the object may help…

Here you can see the Photoshop Colouring Technique I use for “quick colouring”

…I hope this helps…

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~ by hesir on September 20, 2011.

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