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    Landscape Graphics – Part 3

Module 3: Perspective (EN)

Give perspective to your garden idea

Webinar in English

In this module we go one better!
Now you can build on your knowledge from isometry (module 2). Your ideas will be represented realistically in three-dimensional space. I will show you how to transfer your own garden ideas into perspective step by step.

Target audience

Students in the fields of: Garden Design, Landscape Architecture, apprentices, technician and master students in gardening and landscaping. Even though the webinar is designed for trainees and students, working professionals can join in. However, employed persons pay the regular seminar price.
I point out that the number of participants here is larger than in my other seminars, for that you get a great special price.

Learning with system and fun

I explain every single step until the finished drawing. The two cameras allow you to look at my fingers very precisely – so you can see how I do it. You’re imitating it. Simple and perfect. I also answer questions individually in the seminar. That’s what makes learning fun.

Keeping track:
the perspective grid makes it possible

In the thorough introduction to perspective drawing, we work on the spatial representation of garden elements. These include, for example, walls, pergolas, furniture, stairs, or simple structures. To enable you to learn quickly and effectively, you will draw over the perspective grid I developed. Technical details such as selecting the angle of view, assigning the appropriate heights, and the specifics of single-point perspective will soon be no trouble for you. I have all kinds of tips and tricks ready for you that will make drawing in three-dimensional space much easier.

Graphical presentation

Together we will practice graphing gardens in perspective. In the process, we experiment with lead and fiber pencils. Here I show you how to develop an elegant middle ground between accurate, technical drawing and a casual, less time-consuming style. Afterwards, the plans are rendered with colored pencils and markers.

Photo perspective

Once you are familiar with the rules of perspective, we will practice drawing over the photo. With this technique, the design graphic is developed over a photograph of the stock – saving time and allowing free work.
I’ll show you how to bring even complex perspective shapes, such as circles, curved and organic lines, to paper quickly and dynamically with a little practice. There are plenty of opportunities for you to experiment with and refine your personal style here. This makes your garden plans unique, because your handwriting does not exist a second time.

Feedback for you

You will receive ongoing individual feedback on your drawings already during the webinar. With this, you can improve yourself and develop further in the webinar. How do I do that? I create a Whatsapp group exclusively for the webinar. In this group you can put all the photos of your drawings.

The greatest thing about the webinar was getting feedback from Daniel on each drawing he created. I was able to learn a lot and apply it in the next exercise. This intensive care is unique. It is very impressive to see the progress each of the participants made over the weekend!
Henrike Houbertz

All drawing materials included

You will receive a package with materials that I also use in good time. So we all have the same prerequisites and can get started immediately.

“I would never have thought what a difference the quality and choice of materials makes in a drawing. I suddenly get by with so few but very good pencils, I wouldn’t have thought that possible. The colors from the package go together wonderfully and we have tried different color themes. I am totally thrilled. Thanks for this great compilation, I haven’t used anything else since!”
webinar attendee

Prior knowledge

Landscape Graphics – Part 2: Isometry. The knowledge acquired there contributes enormously to the learning success in this seminar. You are not sure if your previous knowledge is sufficient? We’ll sort it out: Call us, +49 (0)821 158175 or send us an email to info@zeichenwerk.de.
We assume a confident handling of Zoom and Whatsapp.

30 years experience

Hey, if there’s one thing I know, it’s that I can instill the fire of passion for drawing, and with it, drawing confidence. By the end of the seminars, all of my students have learned garden planning from idea to finished client presentation. Your customers will be thrilled.

Webinar Benefits

• Carefree package – all drawing materials are sent to you
– Practical 3-day seminar concept
– Diskussion über Ihre Zeichnungen im Webinar
– Cost and time savings as no travel and hotel are required

what you need

The webinar will be conducted using Zoom. You need for the webinar:

• A notebook with integrated webcam, microphone and speakers. The bigger the screen the better.

– Join the Whatsapp group

  • In a three-day webinar, Daniel shared with us a wealth of knowledge that took previous drawings to a whole new level. With a lot of tips and tricks, and personal support through feedback, great progress was made in a short time. With his easy-going and funny way he motivates to develop drawing and designing!
    Students of the BoKu Vienna
  • It was like in the show with the mouse: Complicated things presented simply, funny and with fun to understand and successfully execute. A great concept. Time flies and you would like to extend it a few more days.
    Anita Kirner
  • Fast, competent, simple! Thank you for stimulating, fiery, perspective-filled course days. Within three days, the question marks accumulated for years become perspective, horizons, vanishing points into miraculous sketches. Thanks a lot.
    Claudia Zink
  • I can only agree with the positive feedback! Simply great! Can now approach drawing much more loosely and with ease and it makes me all the more fun!
    Students of the BoKu Vienna
  • Many thanks from me too! The seminar helped me a lot to deepen and improve my knowledge. I especially liked the lively feedback! Thank you very much and until next time.
    Students of the BoKu Vienna
  • Thank you so much for the great weekend! It was really great again! Perspective definitely has addictive potential.
    Students of the Osnabrück University of Applied Sciences
  • During this time, a lot of knowledge has been transferred in the form of various techniques and tricks. But with the step-by-step instructions and the constant feedback from Daniel, you don’t get overwhelmed by this flood of information. I’m full of beans right now and can’t wait to get outside with my pen and paper and put what I’ve learned on paper.
    Students of the BoKu Vienna


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