In this course, you will learn :
- The processes for experimenting and unlocking your creativity with manual techniques that will help you create a freehand illustrated sketchbook are described step by step.
- A sketchbook serves as both a photo library (organised by objects, animals, vegetation, characters, buildings, and whatever other categories the student chooses) and a record of pictorial resources, techniques, experiments, or processes.
- Discover new manual techniques with pens, watercolour pencils, markers, waxes, and natural pigments.
- Discover new styles by combining techniques, changing tools, or a combination of the two. Is it possible for an illustrator to use multiple resources? Is your stroke affected by different tools, or are there limitations?
1. The blank paper
- The notebook
- The pictorial languages
- Draw without fear
2. To stain your hands
- Analysis and game. Pencils and markers
- Tricks to release the hand.
- The line. The nib
- The stain The waxes.
- Playing with waxes
- Natural pigments Nogalina. Caobina Turmeric.
- Your own world in a notebook