Still-Life provides great learning opportunities for Artists and painters.
By doing Still-Life studies you'll learn a broad range of skills such as; how to mix colors of various hue, value and intensity as well as the abstractions that occur in reflective surfaces such as glass, metal or liquids. The act of observation is key to Still-Life. You will come to understand the relationships between objects depending on their colour, the light, type of material and so on.
Studies from life are extremly important to fuel your imagination and ability to paint what doesn't exist by making it believable. Essentially what we learn from observing in the real world enables us to apply that into into a fiction or fantasy world, and therefor it makes our artwork more believable. We're build up our understanding of reality through observation.
This unique Still-Life Image Reference resource provides a large variety of objects, textures, materials, colours and lighting setups.
These Still-Life images are readily available for you to study and drawfrom. They will help you to observe various lighting effects that naturally occur when light hits different forms. These Still-Life objects are carefully lit in a way to enhance your understanding of Value, Colour and how Light interacts with form to create a broad range of shadow.
The photos, images and compositions found in this still image archive are very unique.
Not only will they inspire your art learning, but they'll help you create interest and intriguing works of Art. This Still-Life Image Reference gallery is a massive convenience; it saves you time and money not having to set the Still-Life objects up yourself.
It's a readily available archive that enables you to choose objects based on the composition, mood, texture, lighting effects, lighting theme and colours through the use of an intricate tagging system. You choose what you want to paint, and what Art Theory principles you want to learn.