Stunningly vivid, you’ll have a ball drawing this brilliant tropical bird with all its bright colors. Mark Menendez excels at showing you how to simplify even complicated textures like this macaw’s feathers. With specific, detailed instruction on changing stroke direction, you’ll draw this bird easily, without fussing over every single detail. You’ll be amazed at how little it actually takes to create such life-like realism.
Even the seemingly difficult background is a simple matter of four layers and five colors. You’ll learn loads with this kit and we know you’ll have fun doing it!
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Mark Menendez is a fine artist, illustrator and traveling teacher with over 30 years experience teaching art. You are in a master instructor's hands with Mark's tutorials!♦ Save a trip to the store - Add graphite tracing paper. Simply choose from the drop down menu above.
The print packet comes complete with line drawing, reference image, instructions and one 8.5" x 11" sheet of Canson drawing paper.Printed in the USA.
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The instructions are rated Intermediate/Advanced and that is accurate. Probably above my skill level. The black line master has too many scribbles and lacks the clear proportional outlines that I need to get the scale correct. I would also like the original photo to refer to for the feather details.
I find the teaching step by step really good and would love to see more of Marks tutorials if he plans to do more , I am working through the peacock one at the moment , I am sending my version of the Scarlet Macaw and would be interested in knowing if it’s ok to submit any of these versions of the lessons into your next years art books when it’s time to submit