Acrylic Painting

» Painting is a standout amongst the most compensating approaches to imaginatively convey what needs be by discovering that is a shrewd choice in light of the fact that the medium is adaptable and tough.

» Utilizing acrylic paint is impressively more moderate than working with oils. What is an acrylic paint? The answer is a water-dissolvable medium produced using a manufactured tar folio blended with shades.

» The water dissolvable part of acrylic paints implies that a work of art dries rapidly and you don’t need to utilize solvents to weaken the paint or for cleaning brushes or a palette.

» Be that as it may, after an acrylic painting on canvas dries the surface gets to be water safe, and a canvas can be moved up and put away with no trepidation of splitting or harming.

» This is all as opposed to oil paints, which should be diminished with solvents, take any longer to dry and solidify as they do as such, making them very delicate and not all that effectively transported.


Pen Drawing

» All of the lesson on this course involve the use of inks.

» Ink can be applied to a surface through a pen or by brush.

» Ink has been a reliable medium for many illustrators because of its permanence, versatility and its ability to be reproduced accurately.

» Enjoy your indoor hours learning the beautiful and timeless art of drawing in pen and ink.

» A variety of techniques will be taught to students from beginners to the more advanced.

» All students will complete a drawing suitable for framing.

» Students will work together on two small class projects.


Pencil Shading

Drawing : » Movement of Pencil, » Drawing Measurement , » Freehand Drawing

Art Work : » Landscape, » Portraits, » Figurative Work, » Devotional Work, » Animals / Birds

Shading Techniques : » Hatching, » Cross Hatching, » Half Tone Shading, » Study with Charcoal Pencil, » Study with Marker Pencil, » Pencil Work on Texture Paper

Mediums : » Shading Pencils, » Charcoal Pencils, » Marker Pencils

It is a drawing technique which can be used to create a strong sense of space and form. It is a very useful skill to develop for both pencil and color pencil drawings. Use a darker grade (B or 2B) of pencil for your shading. Lighter grades (H, 2H etc.) will not give enough depth to your darkest tones.


Pencil Drawing

» All of the classes on this course involve the use of graphite.

» Graphite is the dark gray material that is found in most pencils.

» Graphite is most commonly referred to as pencil or lead.

» Graphite is a grayish material that is available in a variety of different grades.

» “HB” is most commonly called a #2 pencil and is found in the middle of the grades.

» Softer graphite pencils are named “B” pencils and range from “B” (soft) to “9B” (extremely soft).


Water Color Painting

» Water Color is an excellent and testing medium, and it’s straightforward washes and glowing hues are perfect for making.

» At the point when the hues go down on the paper they can be a delight of observe.

» One can say Water Color Painting is a hardest painting, yet in our perspective, it is a simple medium, when rehearsed with inclusion and methods, and that is the reason we are giving much inclination to water shading among understudies.

» In our Water Color Workshop, we are giving orderly lessons with parcel of tips and procedures, which make them getting to be national level craftsmen.

» Understudies, who are 10 years of age may join in this Water Color Painting Course with moderate expenses structure We trust, fledglings will get appropriate direction and preparing, far from the mud and sloppy way.


Oil color Painting

» Abstain from purchasing “understudy sets” of paint, as these will appear like a decent arrangement, yet offer the poorest quality supplies.

» Likewise abstain from purchasing sets of paint that accompany paint brushes, as the brushes won’t work openly You don’t require numerous brushes to begin, yet get a couple of every kind.

» Begin with varying sizes of round, level, and swarm brushes.

» Oil paint is thick specifically out of the tube, and must be made more slender for the first layers utilizing white spirits or turpentine, and a mixing medium, for example, linseed oil or coconut oil for later layers.

» The guideline is ‘Thick on meager’, and this avoids later splitting or detachment of layers.

» An easel, a smock, a drop fabric, and some pig tail brushes are the materials you need to purchase.

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