Friday, 11 June 2021

Timelapse Fever!

 Here are some more timelapse videos I have done recently. I am enjoying the sketching as always and also just another way to show you my method of working. I hope you enjoy them.


Timelapse Ink and watercolour scribble sketch of an oak tree
and took me approximately 30mins.


Timelapse Ink and watercolour sketch of some oxeye daisies
and took me approximately 35mins.


Timelapse pencil sketch of an old door
and took me approximately 30mins.



Timelapse Ink and watercolour sketch of a tug boat
and took me approximately 45mins.


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Wednesday, 28 April 2021

Timelapse of two pencil sketched figure drawings


  My latest timelapse video is some examples of sketching figures. These are my partner's children, who are perfect subjects for sketching. For some years I was always sketching my own daughters as they were always a great source of inspiration for daily sketching.
I usually try and sketch them while watching TV, but In this instance, I took pictures of them
in order to do the timelapse and I did a slightly longer sketch of each of them.
Each sketch took around 45mins each.

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Wednesday, 21 April 2021

Timelapse still life sketch of an old boot


 Part of my on going art tags that I organise on Twitter and other social media called #thedailysketch in which I devised for people to post sketches of anything when they are
able to in order to motivate, inspire and share.

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Timelapse ink and watercolour sketch

 

 This weeks timelapse sketch is the Round Towers entrance to Arbury Hall in Nuneaton, Warwickshire. The media I used to create the sketch was Winsor and Newton watercolours and Uni-ball gel pen which I love to use for most of my sketch work.

This sketch is part of the ongoing art tags I organise on Twitter and other social media platforms. This month is #buildapril which is to create and building or structure during the days of April. Anyone can have a go and it is a great way to motivate, learn and share.
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Tuesday, 13 April 2021

Perspective drawing basics for beginners


 Every now and again I will do some basic art tutorials to help anyone who is interested
in learning to draw and paint. I hope that there is something here for you to learn from.
This video covers the subject of 1 point and 2 point perspective.
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Thursday, 8 April 2021

Art Doodle Tutorial


 Here is my latest Vlog Video with some basics on doodling. Drawing without photo reference is a great way to dig deep into your imagination and creating new ideas or inspirations.
In the demo, I am drawing a small 'olde world' style house that is connected to the art-themed tags I organise on Twitter. This months theme is #buildapril
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Tuesday, 6 April 2021

New Art Vlog


Head over to my Youtube channel if you would like to follow my artwork
and updates along the way in the form of a vlog.

I will also from time to time post videos streams of my painting and drawing
and give some guidance for anyone wanting to learn how to draw and paint
or even if you would like to just follow along on my artist journey.

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Thanks, Ants :}>