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This course teaches students in detail the different shading techniques that help create different patterns, textures using lines, dots or other shapes. The course will encourage students to develop techniques of their own to represent textures or patterns. Students undergoing the course, on conclusion, will be able to make use of the different shading techniques their own indigenous techniques to create varied patterns or structures in their drawings or paintings.
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from Artist in Residence Program at ISB Hyderabad
This course will enable students in detail the various permutation and combinations of using lines, dots or shapes to create different effects in a drawing, for e.g the gap between multiple lines drawn parallelly provides for a light or dense effect. Lines apart will bring out a lighter effect whereas lines drawn closely will be visually dense. The same applies in relation to the thickness of the line. The course will dwell on some of the known line techniques that help to change the visual aesthetics of a drawing. Line techniques such as small dashes used to fill empty spaces, hatching concerning long parallel lines on an angle, cross hatching technique of drawing long parallel lines at right angles, stippling relating to the use of dots, scribbling, small crosses and small circles will be part of this course.
About Anuj Malhotra: Anuj Malhotra is very unlike the usual artist. What sets him apart, is not his work profile but his passion for creativity. Creativity runs in his veins and he very profoundly shares bits of his creativity with the world through his paintings. A distinguished artist Anuj does not believe in the regular run of the mill techniques of painting and art but challenges the boundaries using new mediums, materials and eclecting thought.
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Allegory, Bodegón, Figure, Illustration, Landscape, Portrait, Still life, and Veduta are the eight well-known types of paintings