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    More drawing class 4 More drawing class 4 Presentation Transcript

    • More Drawing Class #4 for Fun with Bill LaRocque By Court Jones
    • More Portraits – Last Class• Review of Class #3.• More portrait tips.• Very Basic Figure drawing.• Portrait – draw along.• Cheating.• Your portrait project exercise.• Ways to keep drawing.
    • Review+ - Drawing• Start VERY light.• Play with the elements of your picture (add, drop, move, resize.)• Portraits (my favorite subject): – Outside in – Position Basic proportions and features – no detail. – Find tonal areas – lighting and landmarks. – Add detail slowly.
    • Review - Drawing People• The average face.• Basic geometry.• Facial landmarks.• Facial features: eyes, nose, mouth, ears, jaw line and other lines.• Necks and shoulders.
    • The “Average” Face.
    • Facial Measurements
    • Facial FeaturesEyesNose Mouth and Facial Lines Ears Jaw Line Hair Neck and Shoulders
    • Drawing Figures Age Gender Head heights
    • Break!
    • Richard Morris Demo (5 minutes.)http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rkDuvgh2e6A
    • Cheating? or Saving Time• Grids (good for changing size.)• Tracing.• Projecting.• Digital: Painter, Photoshop, iPad, etc.
    • Draw Your Subject or Draw Abe
    • Wrapup - Keep Drawing?Find a way to sketch often (daily)Draw things you like. Carry a small sketch book.Keep an illustrated journal or blog.Take art/drawing/painting courses. Read books.Watch instructional videos and YouTube.Draw your greeting cards or add a sketch to the ones you send.Practice your geometry and perspective.Draw faces and trees.Get a drawing app for your tablet. Play the OMGPOP Draw Something app.Make friends with an artist.
    • KeepDrawing!