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Different approaches to drawing and painting architectural subjects in landscapes

 This article has been published on Outdoorpainter.com! Click here to read it there. Different approaches to drawing and painting architectural subjects in landscapes While architectural subjects are not my favorite, sometimes I can't resist doing one, for example if a building has interesting architecture or the light is hitting it in a particular way, though what attracts me in the subject changes how I approach it. If I'm more interested in the shapes, perspective, and details I will most likely make it into a pencil drawing, but if it's more about the light, interesting color play, or if there's some other element to combine with the architectural one I might decide to paint the scene. Pencil Personally I find it easier to make something detailed with pencil, so when I am purely attracted to the shapes and intricate details in a subject, I want to focus on capturing all that as best I can without having to worry about color, and a fine pencil point is of cour

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