An attempt to imitate a drawing by Rembrandt. An image below is my drawing. Compared to my first experience imitating a drawing by Van Gogh is, in Rembrandt’s drawing the lines seems to be continuous but there’s a sense of control. Insight gain from experience is once I touch the pen on the surface I need to move it continuously until I get the shapes. I also need to control the quality of the lines and after sometimes, I need to cross-hatched to create a darker tone. Try it and it works!
Rembrandt “Landscape with Cottages under Tall Trees. (“The Puff of Wind”)”, from 1650 until 1652, Pen, brown ink and brownish wash on parchment,Height: 116 mm (4.56 in); Width: 203 mm (7.99 in),Current location Statens Museum for Kunst
Artwork by Rembrandt retrieved from https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Rembrandt_van_Rijn_-_Landscape_with_Cottages_under_Tall_Trees._(%22The_Puff_of_Wind%22)_-_Google_Art_Project.jpg
Artwork entitled ‘Tropica’ by Zahari Hamidon is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License. Artwork by Rembrandt is as cited in the reference
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