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Sketchworks [drawing with confidence]

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Sketchworks [drawing with confidence]

To register click the +join in the upper right hand corner, pay and you will be instantly in the classroom.  To find all of the content please go to the main page of the course and you will find all of the videos along the right hand side of the page under "course content".

This two week course is instantly available and the registration price is $52.

All subscriptions as of 1/3/15  have lifetime access.  If you have purchased a course before that date and would like to upgrade your course (even expired) to lifetime please email us at contact @jeanneoliverdesigns.com and we will send you an invoice for $10 per course.

He who loves practice without theory is like the sailor who boards ship without a rudder and compass and never knows where he may cast.

- Leonardo da Vinci

Join artist Angie Redhead on a two week adventure in drawing.

The old masters were skilled draftsmen. Having a good understanding of logical art allowed them to deviate from the rules in their own way and create amazing masterpieces. In this two week online class, we will show you the drawing tools needed to improve and confidently take your art to the next level.

During the first week, we will take you through perspective, the parts of a landscape and how perspective relates to portraiture. We will also cover the various methods of shading, finding the light source and illustrating highlights.

For week two, we will take an in depth look at the anatomy of the head, it's proportions, bone structure, muscles and facial planes in order to understand where shadows and features should fall in a portrait.


Week 1

Perspective Drawing
- 1 point, 2 point, 3 point
- parts of a landscape drawing - horizon line, foreground & background
- shading, highlights, etc.
- show how relates to still life, and portraiture
- tips for checking perspective and proportions

 

Week 2

Drawing the Face/Human Head
- anatomy & proportions
- bone structure of skull
- muscles
- facial planes
- where shadows fall
- difference between male and female faces
- face maps

Materials:

Drawing paper pad
Mid-tone tinted paper
Clear ruler
Drafting T-Square & triangles (optional)
Pencils: HB, 2B, 4B, 6B (or similar)
Charcoal
White chalk pastel
Sanguine or red chalk pastel (optional)
Cloth
Kneaded eraser
Gesso (white)
Medium flat paint brush

Stabilo pencil

Optional items that you may find come in handy:

- Drafting T-Square & triangle set
- Table top or freestanding easel
- Drawing board
- Sanguine conte or red chalk pastel


This course is taught by artist Angie Redhead

http://www.mixedmediatutorials.com/

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