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Creepy-crawly drawing

Judi Whitton describes how to use her creepy-crawling drawing method to produce a unique and interesting depiction of your subject, without using a viewfinder
Photo A Scuola di San Giovanni Evangelista, Venice
Photo B Isolating an area using the viewfinder
Figure 1A Preliminary sketchbook drawing, made using the viewfinder to determine the boundaries of the picture and to aid in the overall composition
Figure 1B The starting point of my creep-crawly drawing of the scuola
Figure 1C Drawing straight onto the watercolour paper without use of the viewfinder, I began by depicting the striking doorway, which was my favourite part
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Welcome to our December issue, packed with inspirational workshop-style features from our team of top professional artists and tutors. This month David Curtis demonstrates an oil painting of a corner of his garden, Graham Webber shows how to paint boats in the landscape, Judi Whitton shares her 'creepy crawly' drawing methods to help you produce unique sketches without a viewfinder and Penny German reveals her tips for setting up and lighting a still-life subject. Watercolourists will love learning how Claire Harkess paints her prizewinning wildlife paintings, and how to paint a successful botanical subject using just three primary colours following Jarnie Godwin's advice. Writer, broadcaster and painter Andrew Marr discusses his thoughts about abstraction with reference to the development of one of his own compositions, as well as much more to keep you inspired, informed and, of course, drawing and painting!
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