5 minute sketch:
You can do a great painting in five minutes! Suitable for beginners!
Whether you're sketching on the move or have only a few minutes to spare while waiting in line, dust off your sketchbook 5 minute sketch:. This approachable manual, full of tips, can help you quickly deconstruct figures and faces and incorporate painting into your everyday life. Here are some tips on how to focus on the key elements of a scene and create atmosphere and action.
People come in all shapes and sizes, but with expert tips and inspiring sketches from renowned urban sketch artist Pete Scully, will you learn how to capture them in no time. Enjoy the challenge of capturing a loved one's smile or the energy of a crowd in just five minutes!
Chapter 1: How to see
Outline simple shape, basic proportion: face, basic proportion: body, basic arms and legs, simple facial features, hair rush, quick composition, quick background, play Angle, focus on perspective contraction, grab negative space
Chapter Two: Quick draw
Quick and direct portraits, Quick selfies, A simple profile, Posture of play, Simple sitting posture, Accelerate and, Dynamic posture, verb, Capture motion: Dance, Capture motion: Motion, Including speech, Capture conversation, Catch a passerby, The crowd is easy, The clothes can be made quickly, Focus on emotions, Sketch commuter, Drawing child, Show one's age
Chapter 3: Time Saving Tips
Use the smallest lines, quick and loose lines, try tight lines, try thick lines, outline drawings, quick textures, quick doodles, hasty hatching, shadow fast, catch light, simple tone values, play contrast, sketch in color, quick color values
Chapter 4: Rapid supply
Quick ink, quick colored pencils, quick markers, quick paint, quick crayons and charcoal, first sketch, second color, play paper, digitizing to increase speed, sketching out the page