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Old 11-18-2017, 03:44 AM
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Many art students face this question whenever they start a painting. No matter how many times they may have painted before, they will always face the same question.
Why is this? Even after doing so many paintings, why are they facing this problem? The answer is … lack of planning.
Yes. It's lack of planning. Doing painting is not purely an emotional act, it has its own science. That science will explain you actions and reactions of elements and principles of art. If we understand it, it will guide us on how to plan a painting. If we know about that, there won't be any confusion on how to start and finish a painting.
In this book, I am explaining a few of those things to guide the student to understand “How to start a painting and how to plan it?”
So follow them, in due course you will get a grip on the secrets to a successful painting.
I restricted this book only to explain to you, how to start a painting and how to plan it? In this book, I am not explaining anything about how to finish a painting, that I will write in another book. In each book I would like to limit the content only to one or two key points about the painting. If I try to explain more concepts, students will not be able to absorb them. Then it won’t be of any use, neither for me writing on it nor for the student. This book is restricted to …' HOW TO START A PAINTING and HOW TO PLAN IT?’

This book is available on amazon.

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