Drawing With Markers

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DRAWING WITH MARKERS LESSON SERIES


Drawing with Markers Live Lesson Series
This lesson series includes:
2 HD videos • 2 hours of instruction
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DESCRIPTION:

A two-part series of lessons on drawing with alcohol-based markers. Part one explores basic applications techniques including creating an underpainting of tones. Basic forms are drawn. In part two, an architectural sketch is created with drawing pens. Tones are developed before layering color applications over the top. This lesson series is perfect for those wishing to get started drawing with markers.
MATERIALS FOR THIS SERIES:

  • Alcohol-Based Markers
  • Ink Pens
  • Marker Paper
  • Graphite Pencil

Comments

Drawing With Markers — 2 Comments

  1. Went through this exercise today. I have a full set of Spectrum Noir markers and have used them a bit. Just felt like I was capping and uncapping constantly, trying to find just right color *and* value. VERY helpful to learn how to do an “underpainting” in just the grays. THEN apply the color. I also did the Skull alcohol marker exercise that the newsletter link led me to. Cant wait to try lesson to & finish the Biltmore picture!!

  2. Just now finished Lesson 2. I NEED MORE EXERCISES! 🙂 These 2 lessons & the skull exercise have made me glad I bought all these markers! With these techniques you show us, Matt, I can do the style of art *I* like to do–more realism or abstract. I was worried these markers were good only for manga or pop art or whatever those illustration styles are called. They’re growing on me, but it’s not what I prefer to draw at the moment. Please let me know any suggestions you have for other subjects to try drawing using the “underpainting” with colors overlain. Or can you provide any pictures or links to images you think might be good to try? Thanks!!

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