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Art Camp 3: Landscapes

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    Art Camp 3: Landscapes
    MP4 | Video: h264, yuv420p, 1680x1080 | Audio: aac, 48000 Hz | Duration: 65h 48m | 7.94 GB
    Genre: eLearning | Language: English

    The Fundamentals of Landscapes
    The ultimate primer on landscapes. Avoid the most common mistakes and learn the basic knowledge that will easily set your landscapes apart.
    Studying the Masters
    In Art Camp tradition, we're going to be looking back at the old masters. This time we'll be looking at and studying their work through the lens of landscapes, and digging into the specifics of why they were great.
    Forms of Nature 1: Ground, Rocks, and Trees
    The building blocks of most landscapes. Study their forms and learn them like you never have before. Think of this like the anatomy of landscapes.
    Forms of Nature 2: Skies, Clouds, and Mountains
    If last week was studying the midground, this week we're tackling the background. We'll continue to strive to understand form so we can avoid flat, boring landscapes.
    Seeing Color & Light
    See and understand the essential lighting schemes in landscapes and learn how to replicate them.
    Thumbnailing for Landscapes
    Beginning with observational thumbnails before shifting into more imaginative work, we'll closely analyze the unique compositional challenges and advantages in landscape painting.
    Creating Light
    Lighting is one of the best ways to make a landscape interesting. Learn to create amazing, interesting, unique lighting in your work.
    Climate & Weather
    From a sweeping tundra to a lush rainforest, and from a barren desert to a snow capped mountain, we'll look at the best ways to capture these unique vistas.
    Narrative & Emotions in Landscapes
    I mistakenly thought (for years) that landscapes couldn't possibly have emotion-and how wrong I was! This week we'll see how we can create a story or a feeling with "just" a landscape.
    Finished painting: Painterly Approach
    An extended demo of a fully finished landscape piece, showing off a painterly approach and finish. For this and the remaining weeks, all work will be shown. From first marks to the last, you'll see exactly how it's done.
    Finished painting: Photobashing
    Another finished painting, this time utilizing photos both as reference as well as placed directly into the piece to speed up production time.
    Finished painting: Incorporating 3D
    See how to use 3d tools to make better work, faster. See how to make these tools work for you, and not the other way around.

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