Pencilific: Learning to See, Draw, and Love the Values of Grey.

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A slideshow presented at Pencilific workshops, currently in Chico and Mendocino. Focuses on Betty Edwards, learning to really see what we want to draw, the principles of art and elements of design, …

A slideshow presented at Pencilific workshops, currently in Chico and Mendocino. Focuses on Betty Edwards, learning to really see what we want to draw, the principles of art and elements of design, drawing and creating satisfying sketchbooks.

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  • 1. A slide presentation created by Lori Stevens
  • 2. Attributes needed to draw: Fresh eyes Time and patience Self-forgiveness Playfulness Openness to new ideas and approaches Practice thinking: Process and journey versus Destination
  • 3. Play NO fear Laugh Relax Loosen uP Forgive Learn Make a mess and love it
  • 4. What we are NOT going to do.
  • 5. Recent Work
  • 6. My Work
  • 7. William Kentridge
  • 8. Alberto Giacometti
  • 9. Kathe Kollwitz
  • 10. Michelangelo Buonorrati
  • 11. Leonardo daVinci
  • 12. Elizabeth Layton
  • 13. YOU
  • 14. B. Tritt.
  • 15. U. Wathling
  • 16. Il Lee
  • 17. Pere Rius
  • 18. Pere Rius
  • 19. Cy Twombly
  • 20. deKooning
  • 21. Il Lee
  • 22. Miquel Bohigas Costabella
  • 23. Cy Twombly
  • 24. Banksy
  • 25. Seth Young
  • 26. C. Saul
  • 27. Teri Brooks
  • 28. 1. M. Allen
  • 29. Practice creating value with marks 2.
  • 30. Positive and Negative Space
  • 31. Albrecht Durer: Grid Perspective Tool
  • 32. A plate from Jean Dubreuil's 17the century manual, "Practical Perspective Necessary to All Painters"; here, an "artist's glass" is in use.
  • 33. Franz Marc
  • 34. Nine boxes using “L’s”- Two dime Black and White NO midtones Something with text but NOT readable Bold shape or shapes Emphasis on Form Sfumato Texture(s) you think you can handle Chiaroscuro Illustration A recognizable image
  • 35. Saturday evening homework: sketch out your house plan forge famous signatures finish what you didn’t comb the beach for cool subjects Sunday: Three Dimensional Studies
  • 36. Form, Value & 3D
  • 37. About Edges
  • 38. Renato Orara
  • 39. Light, Shadow and Reflection
  • 40. 3” x 5” card
  • 41. Proportion and Perspective
  • 42. Foreshortening
  • 43. Texture
  • 44. Physical Texture Visual Texture
  • 45. Balance
  • 46. Unity Kandinsky
  • 47. Proportion
  • 48. Space and ba I. Hunter
  • 49. Repetition
  • 50. Rhythm and Mov Phil Lewis
  • 51. Viewpoint
  • 52. Jim Dine
  • 53. Cath Riley
  • 54. Sketchbooks
  • 55. Loui Jover
  • 56. Seurat
  • 57. Gillian Hurst
  • 58. Simple beauty
  • 59. JJulia Clift
  • 60. what to do next??
  • 61. HL Boyce
  • 62. My Life and Art Maxims (always a work in progress...)
  • 63. More homework: Establish a Pinterest board called “Drawing to Do” Establish a bunch of Pinterest boards Take a lot of photos with great composition Pick up rocks and look at them with drawing in mind Join The Red Elephant Project on
  • 64. Thank you for joining me! Lori Stevens www.pencilific.com www.loristevens.net