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Leonardo DaVinci tracked landscapes: DaVinci went outdoors and placed a glass of glass over two easels and tracked landscapes to study perspectives. It wasn't cheating; it was part of his lifelong search for science, truth and accuracy in his art. Here he studied perspectives.

  1. Students ask me if it is right to track a photograph: I have a classmate from the art school from whom I graduated. He has had a very distinguished painting career all his life. He said, "Everything you do to help you develop a painting is a correct method."
  2. Track: Beginners in learning to paint in oils have trouble relating objects to each other in scale and placement in the image they draw or paint. One solution: trace the image, magazine or book image you are working with. Is it cheating? I think it only does one & # 39; s job.
  3. Upload tracking: Artists can trace a photograph, magazine picture or drawing they have prepared by tracing a sheet of tracing paper and then transfer their line drawings to a canvas or other drawing or painting area.
  4. Make your own transfer sheet : You can create your own transfer paper by covering a sheet of tracing paper with soft graphite pencils and then wiping the paper with a cotton ball moistened with lighter liquid or isopropyl alcohol (also called rubbing alcohol). The alcohol or lighter liquid dissolves the pen and makes your tracing paper a reusable transfer sheet.
    • one. Tape the tracing to the canvas for an oil painting or other surface you want to transfer the image to and then insert a sheet of transfer paper between your tracing and your canvas.
    • b. Saral Paper is a commercial transfer magazine available online from Dick Blick or Mister Art or which can sometimes be found in your local art supply store.
    • c. Draw over the lines on the front of your trace with a ballpoint pen to transfer the Saral color to the canvas with this "Sandwich" trace-Saral canvas.
  5. You can alternatively use powdery graphite as "General's Powdered Graphite" (available from Dick Blick Art Supply online) to cover the transfer sheet. Apply it with chamois, fingers or a cloth or use a brush to apply it as a wash. You may need to rub in more pencil or graphite and / or use the cotton ball again to completely cover the sheet for a second use.
  6. Track and transfer directly: Alternatively, flip your drawing or photo and rub the same soft pencil graphite or graphite powder all over your back and use the liquid and cotton ball technique described above in number 4. Create your own transfer sheet to make your drawing or photo directly transferable to the canvas or other drawing to make your drawing or photo directly transferable to the canvas or other drawing surface.
  7. Pounce Transfer: Wall murals and artists have transmitted preliminary drawings with "Pounce" to canvas or walls for centuries. First, they prepared a preliminary drawing on paper. They then punctured the lines of the drawing with a "Pounce Wheel" or a sharp point (a needle or sharp point on a drawing compass) to create small holes along each line. Then they are taped through the drawing in place over the canvas or wall, and a bag of carbon dust or a "Pounce bag" is easily knocked out on the drawing. This pounding shoots carbon through the holes in the drawing and puts small dots of carbon on the canvas or other drawing or painting surface. These dots replicate the drawing lines that dotted punch lines on the wall or canvas. You can buy Pounce wheels, Pounce bags, or wood powders from art stores online like Dick Blick or Mister Art or at your local art store.

The last line: Like your brushes and oil colors, tracking is a tool you can use to improve your oil paintings or drawings.

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