Lessons 1-16 of The Practice of Botanical Drawing, printed and spiral-bound. This new Second Edition includes updates and Lessons 15 and 16.
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Topics covered in The Practice of Botanical Drawing Printed Lessons include:
- Basic light source on a three-dimensional object
- Smooth toning using a complete range of values from light to dark
- Using grisalle technique and then layer color on top
- Drawing overlaps
- Rendering a three-dimensional round form
- Spiral patterns in nature
- Drawing leaves with net veining
- The structure of flowers form and function
- Flower shapes
- Taking apart flowers, studying reproductive parts
- Basic perspective of flowers and measuring accurately
- Complex flowers with multiple petals and dramatic light source using a cup as a model
- Studying plants outside in the garden
- Identifying and drawing plants by families to gain understanding of plant patterns and similarities in plants in the same family using 9 plant families that comprise over 75,000 plant species.
- Complex overlapping and embossing techniques
- Adding a background
- Creating a composition – understanding focal point
- Color theory and color matching and mixing
- Developing a botanical composition for a card or print