Join Von Glitschka for an in-depth discussion in this video Still life drawing, part of Illustrator for Non-Illustrators.
- [Instructor] Still life drawing is a time tested…method for improving drawing skills.…So let's take a look at how we can leverage this approach…to further develop our creative abilities.…Now the image you see in front of you…is a still life painting.…It started as a drawing by Paul Cezanne, master painter.…And if you look closely,…you can see some of his underdrawing here.…Like at the top edge of the handle of this jar,…the top rim of the jar, and specifically…on the left-hand side as it goes through the area…of the handle, you can see distinctly a line there.…
You can see other hints of that underdrawing…on the table here, on the fruit here,…and at the top edge of the table here.…So, they usually; when they were doing still lifes like this…they would do rough little sketches.…And then in this case,…they would paint what they were looking at.…Now this is a good example of Paul Cezanne style.…It's not realism.…Paul Cezanne was part of the post-impressionism movement,…and this is a good representation of that.…
- Creating drawing brushes
- Drawing with the Pencil tool and the Paint Brush tool
- Analyzing form
- Perspective basics
- Proportion and distortion
- Drawing methods
- Contour drawing
- Still life drawing
- Drawing doodles
- Inking and coloring a drawing
Skill Level Beginner
Illustrator: Using Wacom Tabletswith Kevin Stohlmeyer48m 28s Beginner
1. AI Drawing Tools
2. Drawing Fundamentals
3. Drawing Methods
4. Drawing Details
5. Digital Drawers
6. Drawing Challenge
Never stop drawing1m 24s
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