A Guide to Visualizing Light In Your Drawings
Light can run, but it can’t hide! Learn how to see light for what it really is—one of the best tools available to the artist!
Whether you know it or not, your mind is searching for certain things when you look at an image. It’s used to seeing things in the three dimensional world we live in. When you draw or paint, you don’t have the luxury of three dimensions so you’re going to have to rely on some sneaky illusions to convince your suspicious mind that its not just being taken for a ride.
How do you do that, you ask?
Well it’s pretty simple really. Once you understand how light works, you can imitate it! Following the rules of light in your drawings allows you to create the illusions of depth and dimension and satisfy your brain’s cries for truth.
This free exercise will teach you....
➤ How to determine where your light source is and what direction it’s shining from.
➤ How to visualize rays of light and understand where they would fall on your subject.
➤ How to create depth and dimension just by imitating the way light works.
➤ How to trick your brain into seeing three dimensions when there are only two.
Check it out for yourself! It’s free, it’s fun, and all you need is a pencil!