A step-by-step demo of how to paint a background for a portrait or still life.
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Learn how to draw your artwork’s backgrounds scenery and interiors for your drawings, paintings, and other artworks.
Thomas Romain is a terrific artist working in the anime industry in Tokyo. Previously, he showed how to draw detailed buildings. This time, we’re going to learn from him how to draw backgrounds.
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How to Draw Scenery – Drawing “Scenery”–whether a scenic background for a play, dance performance or opera or a rendering of a familiar monument, such as the Grand Canyon or Victoria Falls, to be framed and put on a wall–confronts the artist with two challenges: large-scale composition and the use of perspective.
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I give you here two views of an interior, showing the right and wrong way of grouping your furniture and bric-a-brac, so that parallel lines will not conflict with one another.
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HOW TO DRAW PICTURE BACKGROUNDS SCENERY & INTERIORS / INSIDES OF ROOMS FOR YOUR DRAWINGS, PAINTINGS, AND OTHER ARTWORK
Avoiding Straight Lines When Drawing Backgrounds in Your Compositions
For more, check out Romain’s Twitter account. You can also read an interview with him on Robot-Envy.
The Right and Wrong Way of Drawing Room Interiors & Backgrounds
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Creating your own background for an anime film can be done on illustration board. The subject matter of your background is nearly limitless because anime films take place in nearly every conceivable location imaginable.
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Observe the following rules when you are designing the background to a drawing. Avoid long straight or curved lines without some object breaking into them. They are inartistic and disturbing to the eye. The accompanying sketch illustrates how you can make your backgrounds interesting.
How to Draw an Interior Room – Whether you want to draw, plan your next new bedroom design or do it for other purposes, creating an interior room is a challenge.
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Hello! Here, I will explain How I draw my Background – Part 1: Portrait format!(I’ll do as soon as possible a landscape version!)Don’t forget it’s just my way to do, not everyone’s way. ^^ >> I won’t show how I colored it in this version, but I’ll with the Landscape version!!
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Romain has an impressive resume, including art direction on Symphogear and mecha design for Space Dandy. Over numerous months, he’s been kind enough to share his insight and tips on Twitter. His advice is wonderful and will no doubt make you a better artist. I think it’s great he takes him out to share his knowledge.
How do you use 2 point perspective when drawing interiors? Picture yourself standing inside a giant shoe box looking at one of the corners.
Although this article is for photographers, it also applies to all artists. Have you ever noticed how some landscape photos look flat? The scenery is beautiful, the light is nice, but the photo itself looks compressed. It’s hard to distinguish the different elements in the scene.
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