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Fine Art Architectural Painting, Artist Study with thanks to David Martiashvili,, Resources for Art Students, CAPI ::: Create Art Portfolio Ideas at milliande.com , Inspiration for Art School Portfolio Work, How to Paint Buildings and Architecture

Fine Art Architectural Painting, Artist Study with thanks to David Martiashvili,, Resources for Art Students, CAPI :::

Astoria, painted wood and metal construction, by Michael C. McMillen

Astoria , painted wood and metal construction, by Michael C. McMillen 1987 Connected to my childhood homes.

Chalmers Close, Royal Mile Edinburgh, Study Collage with Monoprint November 2013 19cm x 28cm

Chalmers Close, Royal Mile Edinburgh, Study Collage with Monoprint November 2013 x *Print image lightly, trace around edges loosely with pen, paint in between and over the lines

These intricate "map" drawings are by British architect/ cartographer/ illustrator Nigel Peake.

Intricate "map" drawings are by British architect/ cartographer/ illustrator Nigel Peake.

Meeting Place, Wuzhen » Ian Murphy Drawings

Fine parralel hatching, cross hatching and shading using pencils create a reflective and translucent illusion.

Technicolour Towers - Sharon Elphick

Technicolour Towers - Sharon Elphick I like Eplhick's use of photography for the original imagery before she abstracts and appropriates it, similar to Nicholas Ballesteros' work.

Purple Haze – 2013 - The Paul Kenton Collection - Art - Castle Galleries

Purple Haze – 2013 - The Paul Kenton Collection - Art - Castle Galleries

manhattan morning by paul kenton

Capture a Manhattan Morning - Paul Kenton image on a designer roller blind at Creatively Different Blinds. Manhattan Morning - Paul Kenton blinds from just

This graphite and charcoal drawing is quite interesting. It has some fine details in it and as well as textures which can only be created through the roughness and softer hatchings and the obvious light and dark.

Outbuildings - This graphite and charcoal drawing is quite interesting. It has some fine details in it and as well as textures which can only be created through the roughness and softer hatchings and the obvious light and dark.

Venetian Canal » Ian Murphy Sketchbooks

WHO: Ian Murphy WHAT: Venetian Canal WHY: I like the use of mark making to add depth to the drawing. I also like the way the piece guides your eye into the vanishing point becasue of the leading lines.