How To Paint The Horizon Line In Your Landscape

HOW TO PAINT THE HORIZON LINE IN YOUR LANDSCAPE (1)

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Where should the horizon line be in a painting?

The horizon line art theory is a horizontal line that runs through paper or canvas to represent the viewer's eye level or to demarcate where the sky meets the ground. It should rarely be in the middle of the composition, but ideally about a third of the way up or down the piece.

The horizon line/eye level refers to a physical/visual boundary where the sky separates from land or water. This is the actual eye level of the viewer when looking at an object, an indoor scene, or an outdoor scene.

Enjoy The Video Tutorial about "Horizon Line in the Landscape"

Source: Tucson Art Academy Online

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