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CAPTAR Y PLASMAR LA LUZ IN SITU

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Técnicas y consejos para dibujar y pintar sombras, colores diurnos, nocturnos
WOODWARD, KATIE

The objective is to strengthen our observation skills and learn how to translate those onto the page. While urban sketches absolutely do not have to be realistic (and it would be ...
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Publishing date: 2022
Language: spanish
Binding: softcover
Size : 13,30 x 20,80 cm.
Pages: 112
ISBN/EAN: 9788419220042

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The objective is to strengthen our observation skills and learn how to translate those onto the page. While urban sketches absolutely do not have to be realistic (and it would be boring if all of them were!), this book is more geared towards realism as we try to understand what the light in front of us is doing. The more we ask the question, “What do I see?” the more informed choices we can make about replicating it on the page, whether we are aiming for accuracy or decisively choosing to sketch what we wish were in front of us. Katie Woodward is an urban sketcher and watercolor painter living in Brooklyn, New York. She has a background in painting scenery for theater, including a BFA in Theatrical Production Arts from Ithaca College, and spent ten years painting scenery and making props from regional theater to Broadway. In 2014 she picked up urban sketching as a hobby between theater gigs, and now over a thousand of her sketches and paintings are in personal collections around the globe. She is a member of the NYC Urban Sketchers and has taught several 10x10 workshops in her home city. In addition to completing an official artist residency at Bryant Park, she feels like she is in the middle of a long unofficial artist residency of the whole city.