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Flash 24 Carats Series Paints Temple - Gold
This book contains various methods and techniques of picture making with the help of a graphite pencil. There are instructions on how to use the modern types of graphite pencils. The picture gallery features a variety of subjects.
Second part of the series - Pencil Techniques. The book gives complete information on different types of pencils such as charcoal pencil, conte pencil, glass marking, colour pencil, pastel pencil and watercolour pencil. Rahul Deshpande and Gopal Nandurkar have a great mastery over the pencil medium. Their demonstrations and picture gallery explain every aspect of this medium.
Vasudeo Kamath, winner of the Draper Grand Prize of the Portrait Society of America, brings to fore his understanding of the subject and his teaching skills as he explains the techniques of portrait painting through various examples. His instructions, as he takes the student through the steps of Pencil, Charcoal, Monochrome, Tricolour, Colour is sure to be of great help to students.
Amply illustrated and written in an easy narrative style, Mulick demystifies the seemingly difficult subject and helps the art student to allay his anxieties about ‘getting it right’. In fact, few books have dared to venture into this territory and Mulick has successfully conveyed the concept, staying clear of complex definitions and methods; used traditionally.
After the success of his first book 'Figure Drawing', Tushar Moleshwari is back with his second book Head Study. Human head is one of the most complex forms. Drawing a head can be difficult if it is not simplified. Simplification is the key. Keeping this in mind, Tushar Moleshwari explains the basic fundamentals of drawing human head in a simple way. He also describes the skull and basic superficial muscle structure of the human head.
Milind Mulick’s mastery over watercolours is already well-known. His work and articles have appeared in reputed international publications devoted to art. In this book he has revealed in simple terms, how to get the best out of opaque colours. His skill in making the subject easy to understand for beginners and students is also evident here.
Sameera Kalupahana's Drawings
Renowned artist Chandramohan Kulkarni has created a lot of work on Apple ipad with apps like ArtRage, Layers Pro and so on. Here he talks about the technical aspects of painting, and how to handle digital media most effectively.
In this book, Mulick has depicted moods and colours of nature in a different way. These paintings are random flows. Combinations of different colours, tonal patches and brushstrokes. Sometimes the strokes caress each other gently, revealing natural forms.
As every artist knows, sketching is the foundation on which a painting is developed. In his masterful way, Mulick explains the use of pencils and ink as well as colour to make sketches. From the rapid, minimalist sketches done in a few seconds to elaborate studies, sketchbook brings a happy smile to the reader’s face and encourages him to take up pencil and begin.
Senior artist Maruti Patil, after having many awards to his credit still loves sketching. Here he shares his thoughts and working methods of sketching and drawing the human figure, a subject most budding artists find challenging.
Pencil and paper are the most preliminary but important materials which open the creative world of drawing to artists. There are many ways to handle the pencil.
Anant Kulkarni has a long teaching experience in one of the best Art Schools in India, Sir J. J. Institute of Applied Art, Mumbai. Besides teaching he is working as a freelance Illustrator and Designer, with his own style and approach. He gives utmost importance to concept building in his work. These works will inspire art school students, professional artists and art lovers too.
Newly revised edition of this book. Sanjay Shelar is a young artist from Kolhapur tradition of realistic school. Though his main subject of interest is portrait and figure, he is also in constant search of new subjects for landscapes and still life painting. In this book he explains his methods of sketching and drawing, classifying concepts of rapid sketch, time sketch as well as detailed tonal study.
Artist Shivaji Tupe is actively working in the field of landscape painting for more than fifty years. He has travelled many a place in India in search of subjects for landscape painting. Along with a variety of subjects, he has used watercolour, oil paint, opaque watercolour, acrylics, as his mediums to express his creative urge. In addition he has worked a lot in pen and ink medium in free way.