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    Landscape practicing and perspective

    Hi! I'm new here so bear with me please... i don't know if this is the right place to start but I'll try.

    I want to get into landscape painting. I have done some one-hour messy studies from movie screens already, but I really want to get a hang of how perspective works and how to create landscape designs, as well.

    I know many things in theory, but I can't seem to put them into practice ahah.
    I was considering taking up some courses, such as Nathan Fawke's Schoolism course on landscapes, but I am extremely tight on money so I wasn't sure.

    Do you have any suggestion? I am an absolute beginner when it comes to landscapes.

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    work from life, nothing will improve your abilities faster. Go outside and put all the theory you know into practice, its the best way to find out if you actually do understand it.
    Last edited by dpaint; August 2nd, 2018 at 09:59 AM.

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