Last week we introduced you to a natural earthly tool to create incredible designs and illustrations on walls, sidewalks, street pavements… . This week we focus on the same space occupied but in a third dimension coloured. Incredible sceneries and characters that trick our eyes into experiencing something that is not real though still as awesome as can be !
- Draw the horizon within your sketch (horizontal line)
- Choose a vanishing point on that horizon-line that determines the perspective from where the viewer can see the perspective at its best
- Sketch the scenery around the horizon-line, with more big lines and shapes further away from the horizon
Focussed on some artists that made it happen all over the world, we want to start with one of the most popular colourful candy created by Dutch artist Leon Keer. Promoting awareness around environmental issues as well as the livability of our surroudings, he aims at transmitting the contrast of beautiful and ugly throughout his paintings. On the pictures one can see the green Gummi Bear that passed out, while the others are reaching out to him… a playful scenery.
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