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Bill's Drawing Class 2
Bill's Drawing Class 2
Bill's Drawing Class 2
Bill's Drawing Class 2
Bill's Drawing Class 2
Bill's Drawing Class 2
Bill's Drawing Class 2
Bill's Drawing Class 2
Bill's Drawing Class 2
Bill's Drawing Class 2
Bill's Drawing Class 2
Bill's Drawing Class 2
Bill's Drawing Class 2
Bill's Drawing Class 2
Bill's Drawing Class 2
Bill's Drawing Class 2
Bill's Drawing Class 2
Bill's Drawing Class 2
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Bill's Drawing Class 2

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NCCCR Class 2011 on basic drawing by Bill LaRocque

NCCCR Class 2011 on basic drawing by Bill LaRocque

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  • 1.
  • 2. Review
    • Importance of practice.
    • 3. Drawing with eyes rather than our mind.
    • 4. Role of criticism.
    • 5. Materials?
  • To enjoy drawing…
  • 6. Light and shadow
    Shadow and light
    Contrast
  • 7. An interesting subject?
  • 8. Exercise: apple or hammer?
  • 9. Break…
  • 10. When to STOP!Your attention/interest span?
    Interest Satisfaction
    <--- Time ---->
  • 11. A process?
  • 12. A subject…
  • 13. Overall outline
  • 14. Basic shapes
  • 15. Shadows
  • 16. Shadows, more
  • 17. Refinements
  • 18. Your turn…
  • 19. Other Resources
    Books on drawing.
    Home and web videos.
    Private lessons or courses.
    Figure (model) drawing.
    Art museums and galleries.
  • 20. Next Class
    Bring photos or actual objects of your favorite subjects.

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