Architecture Design For Artists - How to Draw Buildings For Landscape, Concept, or Traditional Art
Architecture design for artists – learn how to draw buildings and houses for concept, traditional or environment art.
Our new architecture design for artists course will teach you all the foundation skills you need to draw realistic-looking buildings and houses.
Follow along with professional visual development and concept artist, Cathleen McAllister, as she takes you on guided tour of creating a finished piece from start to finish.
A lot of artists often find they struggle with drawing buildings, but the actual process is very similar to drawing characters or anything else.
So, if you’ve been looking for a super-effective way to break those pesky complex forms (such as rooftops, chimneys, wooden carving etc) down into simple, easy-to-draw shapes, then this fun 13-part course should give you the strong foundation you’ve been looking for!
- The simple shapes that most buildings are constructed from
- How to select and modify Photoshop brushes to draw and paint with
- How to choose the best reference photos online
- How to loosen up with gestural drawings of buildings
- How to create a detailed, finished drawing from start to finish
After taking this course, you’ll have a much greater understanding of drawing buildings than ever before.
You’ll have enough confidence in your abilities to tackle those ‘complex’ forms you used to avoid…and you’ll be thrilled to see how easily you can now draw them.
Whether it’s churches with steeples, highrise buildings, or the quaint Queen Anne houses you see in this course, you’ll discover drawing buildings isn’t anywhere near as difficult as you may have thought…and we’re pretty sure you’ll be impressed with the results you get.
So, are you ready to master architecture design for artists and take your drawing skills to the next level?
Because a new world of creativity and possibilities awaits you in this comprehensive, but super-enjoyable, 13-part course.GET THE MOST FROM THIS COURSE IN OUR COMMUNITY