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Advanced Diploma in Fine Arts

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Full Fees:

Actual Fees: Rs. 198,000.00

Discounted Fees: 99,500.00

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advanced diploma in fine arts - Overview

Advanced Diploma in Fine Arts Online Programme Overview

  • Structured Art Learning
  • Practice-Oriented
  • 12 Specialisations
  • Portfolio submission
Advanced Diploma in Fine Arts Online Focus Areas : Twelve Specialisation + Portfolio
  • Sketching
  • Water Colours
  • Portraits
  • Oil Painting
  • Charcoal and Soft Pastels
  • Cartoons & Caricature
  • Perspective Drawings
  • Knife Painting
  • Landscape Painting
  • Fashion Sketching
  • Animation Sketching
  • Still Life and Composition


  • Oil Paints
  • Water Colours
  • Pencils
  • Charcoal
  • Soft Pastels
  • Texture white


A portfolio is a collection of your work, which shows how your skills and ideas have developed over a period of time. It demonstrates your creativity, personality, abilities and commitment, and helps us to evaluate your potential.

When we assess a portfolio, the research and processes you have used to develop your work are as important as the final work itself. We are particularly interested in your most recent work presented in best possible manner.

Advanced Diploma in Fine Arts Online by Konsult - Completing this course will help you:

ADVANCED DIPLOMA IN FINE ARTS - Who is the course for?

This course – Advanced Diploma in Fine Arts – is for those who want to learn and master the nuances of multiple art genres and mediums. The course provides a comprehensive view of various art genres and techniques with intensive practical training.

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Learning Path

Starting from the basics, Learn to sketch and shade structured manner. The course imparts inputs in movement of pencil, drawing measurement and freehand drawing techniques to transform you to a great sketching artist.

Learn to paint in watercolour in a structured approach Watercolor is the starting point for many aspiring artists after they have got to grips with drawing technique.

The course gives a broad approach to painting with watercolors which the students will find informative and inspirational. With this exciting and glowing medium help you realise your own inventive instincts and support you as you set out on this path.

Learn how to manipulate your paints to stunning effect, get hints and tips on working and re-working your paintings as they dry, and discover painting techniques that will add a stunning depth, light and character to your work.


Watercolor Techniques – Observation 1
Watercolor -Washes & Overlays 1
Art work in Watercolor – Basics 2
Art work in Watercolor- Landscape 2
Art work in Watercolor – Figurative 2
Art work in Watercolor – Skies 2
Art work in Watercolor – Life Scenario 2
Art work in Watercolor – Seas 2
Art work in Watercolor – Still Life 2
Art work in Watercolor- Landscape (Adv) 2
Assignment – Still Life
Assignment – Landscape

The Portrait course focuses on students understanding and perfecting the simple techniques of portraiture.

The course gives them the confidence to tackle this interesting and stimulating area of portrait art in 3 different mediums.

Explore the art of painting with oils and with the dynamic medium of acrylic. Whether you’re improving your technique or starting from scratch, this course will help you paint with confidence. Students will explore a variety of painting approaches, and develop their technical and conceptual skills, while realizing their own unique vision. The Painting Certificate is designed for adults who are interested in exploring the tools and traditions of painting while experimenting with new methods, materials, and concepts.

Learn how to manipulate your paints to stunning effect, get hints and tips on working and re-working your paintings as they dry, and discover painting techniques that will add a stunning depth, light and character to your work.

Charcoal and Pastel course are a very specialised course for those who are keen in this kind of art works.

Whether you would like to develop your skills in drawing with charcoal, or venture into the world of using soft pastels to create your original art works, here is the ideal weekend course for you.

This course is designed for those wishing to learn the skills and explore the exciting medium of charcoal and soft pastels – both as a means of deciphering an unfamiliar subject and as a way of making sketches.

It is also for students interested in developing charcoal and soft pastels portfolios for admission to college-level programs, and for individuals looking to create paintings for personal enrichment and other professional opportunities.

Learn how to manipulate your artworks to stunning effect, get hints and tips on working and re-working your paintings as they dry, and discover charcoal & soft pastels techniques that will add a stunning depth, light and character to your work.

Cartooning and Caricature Course focuses on bringing your cartoon world to life.

Caricatures, comics or satire if you’ve got a passion for cartoons, the Cartooning and Caricature Course will teach you the skills you need to excel.

See your work improve as we guide you through different cartooning techniques. Learn and develop your own style with expert training.

In this course you will learn the basics of Perspective Drawings and the three components essential to the linear perspective system such as orthogonal (parallel lines), the horizon line, and a vanishing point. So as to appear farther from the viewer, objects in the compositions are rendered increasingly smaller as they near the vanishing point.

Knife Painting or Pallet Knife Painting or Textured Painting is a technique used to bring freshness and uniqueness in one’s painting. The medium can be oil or acrylic as the artist decides.

For learning purpose, we will use oil as a medium as it is tougher. You can work with a palette knife to express the forces of nature, the ever-changing elements, cloud formations, piercing blue skies over acres of red bracken and the raw beauty and geographic diversity of the landscape.

Learn to paint to capture sweeping panoramas and stunning landscapes in breath-taking detail with the Landscape Painting course at Konsult. You will learn how to bring depth, colour and character to your work and discover the nature around you. With practical oriented class on framing and composing your paintings, you can develop a depth to your landscapes that will captivate your audience.

Sketching will take design process to next level. It is imperative that a Fashion Designer should have sound knowledge of sketching.

This course takes you there. With strong focus on fundamentals and keeping in mind the Designer’s point of view.

Sketching lets you get all the obvious ideas out of the way, so you can start coming up with stronger, more innovative concepts. Plus, you never know what will inspire you – it could be one of those obvious sketches that spark a million dollar idea!

Animation and illustration are dynamic disciples at the forefront of the creative industry.

This course is for you, if you want to animation sketching and apply it to practical applications.

The course will cover all the basics of traditional drawn animation, including matter, characters, acting and live movements.

Still Life is the art of drawing and painting inanimate or still objects objects like fruit, flowers, food and every day things. At Konsult, the course is practical oriented paintings approach to the subject and it rooted in the traditions of western figurative art. You will look at things with a fresh eye, to understand and relish color and to build confidence by developing and putting into practice good

Composition is an arrangement of elements that makes us see them as a whole. Every artwork has some composition. You either create it consciously or by accident, but you can’t create a drawing without it. It’s like the skeleton of a living creature—you can’t see the bones, but they make the body look like it does. Without the skeleton there would be no form. In a more practical sense, composition is the relation between the elements of the picture. And this relation, not the elements, is the first thing we notice. At the same time, it’s actually invisible for us.technique.

Advanced Diploma in Fine Arts Online by Konsult

Fine art

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

In European academic traditions, fine art is art developed primarily for aesthetics or beauty, distinguishing it from decorative art or applied art, which also has to serve some practical function, such as pottery or most metalwork. In the aesthetic theories developed in the Italian Renaissance, the highest art was that which allowed the full expression and display of the artist’s imagination, unrestricted by any of the practical considerations involved in, say, making and decorating a teapot. I

t was also considered important that making the artwork did not involve dividing the work between different individuals with specialized skills, as might be necessary with a piece of furniture, for example.[1] Even within the fine arts, there was a hierarchy of genres based on the amount of creative imagination required, with history painting placed higher than still life.

Historically, the five main fine arts were paintingsculpturearchitecturemusic, and poetry, with performing arts including theatre and dance.[2] In practice, outside education the concept is typically only applied to the visual arts. The old master print and drawing were included as related forms to painting, just as prose forms of literature were to poetry. Today, the range of what would be considered fine arts (in so far as the term remains in use) commonly includes additional modern forms, such as filmphotographyvideo production/editingdesign, and conceptual art.[original research?][opinion]

One definition of fine art is “a visual art considered to have been created primarily for aesthetic and intellectual purposes and judged for its beauty and meaningfulness, specifically, painting, sculpture, drawing, watercolor, graphics, and architecture.”[3] In that sense, there are conceptual differences between the fine arts and the decorative arts or applied arts (these two terms covering largely the same media). As far as the consumer of the art was concerned, the perception of aesthetic qualities required a refined judgment usually referred to as having good taste, which differentiated fine art from popular art and entertainment.[4]


Paris Street; Rainy Day; by Gustave Caillebotte; 1877; oil on canvas; 2.12 × 2.76 m; Art Institute of Chicago (US)

The word “fine” does not so much denote the quality of the artwork in question, but the purity of the discipline according to traditional Western European canons.[5] Except in the case of architecture, where a practical utility was accepted, this definition originally excluded the “useful” applied or decorative arts, and the products of what were regarded as crafts. In contemporary practice, these distinctions and restrictions have become essentially meaningless, as the concept or intention of the artist is given primacy, regardless of the means through which this is expressed.[6]

The term is typically only used for Western art from the Renaissance onwards, although similar genre distinctions can apply to the art of other cultures, especially those of East Asia. The set of “fine arts” are sometimes also called the “major arts”, with “minor arts” equating to the decorative arts. This would typically be for medieval and ancient art.

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