Thursday, July 18, 2013

How to Draw - Summer in the Mountains Series Part One - Using a Grid to Start a Drawing by Tyler Lucas

Welcome back everyone to my new series on How to Draw - Summer in the Mountains Series Part One - Using a Grid to Start a Drawing

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I started in this video by going over and describing a sketch that I had done and I am going to be using that as the basis for this drawing. I will also discuss a method of using a grid to help more accurately transfer over the drawing that was already created. I have always found that the initial sketch is the most important part of a drawing. It is the foundation and everything else gets placed on top of it. Make sure to fix any mistakes in this stage before moving forward. Once a nice solid foundation sketch has been created, some detailing can then come after. I will usually detail the elements of the drawing to an extent to help see more of what is going to take place in the drawing. 

I hope that you all enjoyed part one of this new drawing series. Next part will show you the basic tonal ranges of the drawing as well as shading everything to a pretty close range of where they should be. I hope you all join me for part 2! Thanks a lot for watching everyone!!

Music Info:
Artist: DanoSongs
Song: Remember How it Started
Music can be found at DanoSongs.com