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Did you know that Sense-Create-lnspire has a FACEBOOK PAGE?
One specific part of our FB page is dedicated to landscapes & scenery category, artwork album Places. Every day a new artwork is featured there.
This is a summary of all landscapes featured on our page during November 2012.
Enjoy the view
Autumn watercolor TUTORIAL (easy sponge technique)
Trad Art: Tools of Your Trade Week Hello everyone, I am happy to be able to post another article as part of projecteducate (https://www.deviantart.com/projecteducate)s Traditional art week. Today's painting is inspired by autumn, its coloring and tutorial will present an easy technique, very suitable for beginners and those, that want to just relax and play around with color - in my opinion. I hope you'll enjoy! ____ Let's go over the materials. The list is pretty simple, you'll need a watercolor paper (I prefer 100% cotton paper for this technique, but make your paper at least 300 gsm, so that it can withstand a lot of water and layering), watercolor paints either in tubes or p
People and Portraits Week - Wrap up, Features
It has been a wonderful week and we would like to thank to all the artists, who were kind enough to put their time and efforts into all the content, that has been created for this week. We really appreciate!!! :heart: :heart: :heart: Here is a recap of all the articles presented this week: Monday 27th: Intro by GeorgeXVII (https://www.deviantart.com/georgexvii) Portrait Sketch Challenge by TheGalleryOfEve (https://www.deviantart.com/thegalleryofeve) Tuesday 28th: Portrait sketching practices by jane-beata (https://www.deviantart.com/jane-beata) Hands and how to handle them by Kiki-Tayler (https://www.deviantart.com/kiki-tayler) Wednesday 29th: Discovering GothicNarcissus by GeorgeXVII (https://www.deviantart.com/georgexvii) Light and Colour in Photomanipulation by ImaginaryRosseArt (https://www.deviantart.com/imaginaryrosseart) Thursday 30th: Making Eyes Pop using Photosh
Portrait sketching practices
People & Portraits Week Hello everyone and welcome to my entry for People & Portraits week here at projecteducate (https://www.deviantart.com/projecteducate). I was tempted to include a watercolor tutorial (my usual stuff), but instead I opted for something more challenging, hoping this might be helpful to starting artists in particular :) This article will be about the best portrait sketching practices for a starting artist. As a painter, I fell into a trap of spending twenty hours of painting to one hour of drawing and this cost me a lot. Painting is fun for me, moving water across the paper, playing with pigments, detailing with tiny brushes for ages is a great way to
How to write a (readable) article / tutorial
Community Week I am excited to be joining Community Week at projecteducate (https://www.deviantart.com/projecteducate) once again :) I will try to be short and eloquent (though I will surely fail at both), because - let's face it - a written article / tutorial keeps falling behind videos as an educational medium. Be honest, would you rather watch a video or read about the problem you are currently researching? And if the choice is to read, what would convince you to dig into one article over the other? In other words, what makes a tutorial / article readable? In this article I will try to address some of the things, that might either encourage or discourage readers to engage and lear