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Reuters Class 2 Fall Term

Reuters Class 2 Fall Term

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  • 1.
  • 2. Review (Class one)
    Objectives
    What’s involved
    My Process
    How to improve
    Creativity?
  • 3. Process?
    How to Draw:
    Outline – placement?
    Measurements
    Shapes of tonal areas
    Add values for Tonal sketch
    Finish? Picture or sketch
  • 4. Getting Better?
    How to improve:
    Practice
    practice
    practice
    Analyze/copy pictures you like.
    Critique your work
  • 5. Special Topics
    A Sketch vs a picture
    Seeing – your subject (SQUINT!) not the details.
    Composition – design? (IT’s YOUR PICTURE!
    3-D - drawing Depth on a flat surface
    Basic Perspective
  • 6.
  • 7.
  • 8. Our Still Life Demo
  • 9. Eye travel
  • 10. Now, squint!
  • 11. Position of Sketch
  • 12. Measurements
  • 13. Tonal Sketch
  • 14. Time for a short break…
  • 15. From the sketchbook of Jan Op de Beeck
  • 16.
  • 17.
  • 18.
  • 19.
  • 20. Drawing Your Still Life Subject…
  • 21. Next week:
    Class 3 – Landscape
    Again, I’ll Demo, my subject, you draw along.
    Then, Practice, your subject with1-on-1.
    Landscape – comprises the visible features of an area of outdoors including sky, hills, mountains, etc. water, buildings, roads, and people and critters.
    Bring a subject or a photo for your landscape.
    sketch (+5 minutes) each day.