Ronald Swanwick shares his love of the landscape and reveals his techniques in this practical guide. Step-by-step demonstrations show how to compose a drawing, capture perspective and draw what you see.
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Ronald Swanwick won a scholarship to the Portland House School of Art and went on to study at Burslem College of Art in Staffordshire. He first earned his living as a commission artist and illustrator for private and commercial clients, later establishing his own teaching studio in Kington, Hertfordshire. Ronald's passion for art developed when he was very young, and has remained undiminished for more than forty years. He paints in and teaches oils, acrylics and watercolours and thinks that his best works are developed from his drawings and sketches. He believes that drawing is the foundation for all artistic endeavour. When not drawing or painting, Ronald's hobbies include gardening on his two-acre plot and, when he has the time, fly fishing.Review:
October 2014 Beginning with an explanation of the history of landscape drawing, the book then progresses steadily through materials and methods to line and tone work and perspective, followed by subjects that include trees,hills, skies, flowers, buildings and figures. It is completed by a series of demonstrations, each building a work in slightly more detail. Throughout, instruction is kept to a minimum and you're shown, rather than told, what's happening - Henry Malt. Artist, The January 2015 Techniques and step-by step demonstrations on how to draw. Learn about composition, perspective, marks and tone and more. Find out how to draw skies, shadows, water, trees, buildings and much more. Karen Platt Yarnsandfabrics.co.uk/crafts September 2014 These handy little guides box above their weight in terms of content. They are packed full of useful information ad tips from artists who have many years' experience between them. In his Drawing Landscapes, Ronald Swanwick aims to inspire you to take your pencil out with you as often as you do your brush. Compositions, perspective, mark making and tonal values are all clearly explained, and there's information on drawing sunshine and shadows working from photographs, drawing skies, tress, water and people. Leisure Painter, The
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