truebluemeandyou: DIY Perspective in Drawing and Painting. My favorite art class ever was learning about perspective and using it to sketch and paint. In this post by Painting Watercolor, you learn about the vanishing point and horizon line. One Point Perspective is very clearly explained and demonstrated. Find the written tutorial for DIY Perspective in Drawing and Painting from Painting Watercolor. here.
Me, I believe that painting and drawing are the same thing. Drawing is a painting done in a simpler way [or with ‘limited/reduced resources’]. On a white surface, a sheet of paper, with a plume and some ink, one creates a certain contrast with volumes; one can change the quality of the paper given supple surfaces, light (or clear) surfaces, hard surfaces without always adding shadow or light. For me, painting is drawing in a simpler way [or with limited resources].
It seems like there's a lot of interest in drawing and painting with watercolour pencils, so I thought it was time I revisited it. This time, we're looking at what happens when you work with wet paper rather than applying the pencil to dry paper and then brushing water over it. Click through to read more.