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Reuters Fall 2011 class 3

Reuters Fall 2011 class 3

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    • Review (Class two)
      Still life
      Process
      Improving
      Creativity
      ?
    • Again, Process?
      How to Draw:
      Outline – placement?
      Measurements – big shapes
      Shapes of tonal areas
      Add values for Tonal sketch
      Finish? Draw details
    • Getting Better?
      improving:
      Practice
      practice
      practice
      Analyze/copy pictures you like.
      Critique your work
    • Special Topics Today
      Drawing what you see – sort of..
      Composition – design? (IT’s YOUR PICTURE!)
      Depth - more Basic Perspective
      a Dog that moves
      Color (just the basics)
    • Last Week’s Still Life Demo
    • Now, squint!
    • This Week - Landscapes and Perspective
      Drawing Depth
    • Illusion of Depth
      Perspective
      Foreshortening
    • Landscape Demo
    • Landscape Demo
    • Break!
    • What you can do with a pencil and paper.
      Meet Bill Plympton…
      clip
    • Color
    • Drawing Your landscape subject…
    • Next (LAST) week:
      Class 4 –
      Cheating.
      Portrait - Again, I’ll Demomy subject, you draw along.
      Then, Practice your subject with1-on-1.
      Portrait – human heads.
      Bring a photo of a celebrity or someone you know. More than one can be helpful.
      sketch (+5 minutes) each day.