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About Felix Scheinberger
Felix Scheinberger, born in Frankfurt in 1969, is one of the most innovative illustrators of the young generation.
He was was a drummer for various bands before studying illustration in Hamburg.
Scheinberger already engaged in exhibitions and obtained his first illustration-assignments while still attending university. He was able to follow on immediatly upon finishing university and has illustrated over 50 books within the last ten years. He has regularly published his works in newspapers and magazines and has also worked for several theaters.
Many Years Scheinberger was the Vize President of the germans Illustrators Organization (IO). Scheinberger taught Drawing at the Hamburg University of Applied sciences, in Mainz, an in Wiesbaden Germany. Between 2008 and 2010 he works as a guest professor for drawing and illustration at the bezalel academy of arts and design in Jerusalem / Israel.
Since 2010 he work as a professor for drawing and Illustration at the Münster University of Applied Sciences, Department of Design. Felix Scheinberger lives in Berlin.
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A whimsical beginner's guide to sketching, covering all of the important basics: what kind of notebook to buy, what drawing materials to use, ideas for subject matter, and daily exercises. Includes inviting, inspirational, and idiosyncratic tips (don't start on the first page of your sketchbook!), Dare to Sketch is gorgeously illustrated with the author's unique and contemporary art style.
Watercolor sketching is a rapidly emerging technique that enlivens sketches done in pen or pencil with the expressive washes, glazes, and luminous hues of watercolor . This lushly illustrated resource teaches artists on the go how to sketch with watercolor, rendering subjects efficiently and without inhibitions. Readers are guided through all aspects of the medium, from fundamental techniques including wet-on-wet, glazing, and washes; materials and supplies; and little known tips and tricks for getting the most out of watercolor (for example, just sprinkling a little salt on your painting creates a texture that's impossible to achieve with a brush.) A strong focus color theory provides a solid foundation for enhancing drawings with vibrant hues.