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Acrylic Painting

Acrylic paint is a strong medium that offers many artistic possibilities once mastered.
Experiment with different types of application methods to increase the visual variety in your art work.
Acrylic paints can be applied on a multitude of surfaces to achieve distinctive effects. Discover the advantages and disadvantages to each surface through your own explorations. Short courses of various forms are available in our art studio. Learn from renowned art teachers. Art Studio and teaching institute.

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Oil Painting

Oil paint has a very thick consistency. You will learn to add different oils and spirits to the Paint to thin it and increase the ease in which you spread the paint over the canvas. Oil paint Dries extremely slowly . There are many different substances you can add to oil paint For different effects in your art work, for example incorporate resins, or varnishes to add shine.

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Charcoal

Drawing with charcoal allows for quick and bold strokes and shading, charcoal is a unique technique.
Charcoal drawings require the use of a spray to preserve an art work. Students will also be learning.
Shading with a charcoal stick to learn shadow,depth dimentions and will explore many ways to use Charcoal drawing.

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Portrait

Every person's face is different, selection of unique facial structure is important. Subject may have square, oval heart shaped or round shaped heads. No two will be same. Observation and planning is very important before draw a portrait. Practice sketching variety of features by self is very important for student.

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Perspective Drawing

Drawing is full of fundamental techniques that will improve how you create art. And if you like to draw realistically, understanding these methods is vital. Perspective is one of these approaches that will help you become a better draftsperson - especially when it comes to architecture.
When we talk about one, two, or even three-point perspective, we’re talking about linear perspective. It’s a method of representing space in which the scale of an object diminishes as the distance from the viewer increases. Essentially, objects that are farther away from us appear smaller than those that are near. The position at which they meet at a horizon line (the intersection of where the ground meets the sky) is called the vanishing point.

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Comics Strip Drawing

Comics are a fun engaging form of storytelling. You will learn figure drawing to character development, and writing dialogue into your comic panels. Reading and writing your own short stories can help to visualize you through creating your comic strip or you can choose any story and start to convert it into comic strip. Basically you will be stretching your creative muscles in creating variations in your basic tenets of storytelling.

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Anatomy

At first you will represent the human form by using basic, two dimensional shapes. For example use triangles to show the torso and pelvis circles and ovals for head and hands and straight or curved lines for the arms and legs. When you will develop understanding of the elementary outline technique of movements of the human figure. Now you can learn to observe people and their actions and poses. You will carefully watch how each shape and line behaves in relation to one another and the whole in each pose.

Fabric Painting

Painting on fabric can be limitless. You can discover the best techniques for gorgeous fabric works of art. You will be taught how to select different brush sizes for different projects. Some techniques no brushes require. Becoming proficient in fabric painting means that you can make your own gifts for birthdays and other occasions.

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Medium - Still Life

Students that study here receive intensive guided instruction in all aspects of drawing, including Line work, shading, proportion and placement. The aim of this class is to create a strong connection between the eyes , brain ,and hand, so that you can capture their observation with confidence.

Medium- Water Color

Water color is a lenient medium and is perfect to begin with. To get best results it needed specific brushes and papers. You will learn how to correctly apply the brushes on paper to achieve desired effect. There are specific techniques to achieve the result. You will learn tonal design and color theory.

Photography

Photography is the art of capturing moments and saving them for the future.Photography may mean different things to different people, one may consider photography as clicking unique sceneries ; while it may simply be clicking your friend to one person. The camera, a device used in Photography, captures the light which helps create the image.

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