Art Evaluation-landscape

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Art Evaluation- Landscape Environment During the last few months, we have been working on the topic of Landscape and Environment. In this topic, we produced a few pieces of landscape sketches of trees that we found in the surrounding of our school, and we used these objects to form the final piece of landscape painting. At start, we have done quite a lot of sketching. We went down to the school backyard, the front gate and the playground to sketch the environmental objects that we could find. We tried to use different techniques and different skills in order to draw different parts of the trees and different types of plants. To make the plants like real, we tried different shading by using different kinds of sketching pencils. I found that shading was really important in landscape paintings, because we always found shadings in the environment. We also drew some images of trees from the photos that we found and the photos that the teacher provided. I found that drawing trees from photos was much more harder because we never know the
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This note was uploaded on 11/29/2010 for the course ARTS visa 100 taught by Professor Kon during the Spring '10 term at UBC.

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