Pastel practice Automatic translate
A good master knows that art techniques cannot be so simply taken and divided into simple and complex. No matter what technique is being used at the moment, a true master tries to achieve excellence in everything. But do not forget that some techniques and painting techniques may be available to a beginner, even at the initial stage.
Pastel painting is, in fact, a continuation of the drawing. Working with pastels does not require paints, brushes or solvents, as is the practice in traditional painting, it only needs bars of compressed pigment. Thus, it turns out that, since drawing is the basis of all fine art, then the pastel technique will be the introduction to the world of painting. The task of this material is to give beginners a full course of work in pastel, and for those who perfect it, to refresh and structure previously accumulated knowledge. Here will be offered material of historical value, as well as theoretical knowledge and practical methods of working with pastels. You will be able to practice the techniques of pastel painting: shading, staining, grisaille, etc. At the end of familiarization with the material, it will be proposed to complete pastel drawings in all genres of painting: portrait, landscape, still life, sketching from nature, nudity.
- History of Pastel Painting
- Continuation of the drawing technique
- XIX century
- XX century. Pastel in painting
- Materials for pastel painting
- Color schemes
- Storage pastels
- Pastel paper
- The choice of materials and tools
- Operating procedure
- Technique and painting process
- Preparatory drawing
- Highlighted grisaille
- Harmony of colors
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- Materiales y herramientas necesarias para el artista.
- We select materials
- Artist Tools
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