Today on Artist Strong I offer you a quick video tip on using your pencil as a tool for understanding angles and spatial relationships. It's not just a drawing utensil, it can help you make accurate observations from images and from life.

How can your pencil become a reference tool?

Today on Artist Strong I offer you a quick video tip on using your pencil as a tool for understanding angles and spatial relationships. It’s not just a drawing utensil, it can help you make accurate observations from images and from life.

(P.S. We are a little wobbly today. They will get better. Practice makes progress.)

 

“Want accurate perspective in your art? Use your pencil like this!” (Click to Tweet)

Be Courageously Creative: Complete a quick sketch of the corner of your room by just “eyeballing” it. Now, go back and use a colored pencil to both measure and then correct your marks on the same piece of paper. Compare your pencil marks with the colored pencil marks. Share it with us in the Facebook Group.

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My introductory self portrait for altered books class. last time i ran the course i investigated humor through romance novels. this time i want to do something for my father. a year ago i was in india having the time of my life at a yoga festival. wh

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