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Gesture drawing
Gesture drawing
Gesture drawing
Gesture drawing
Gesture drawing
Gesture drawing
Gesture drawing
Gesture drawing
Gesture drawing
Gesture drawing
Gesture drawing
Gesture drawing
Gesture drawing
Gesture drawing
Gesture drawing
Gesture drawing
Gesture drawing
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Gesture drawing

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  • 1. Gesture Drawing
  • 2. Gesture is…
    • Active thinking
    • Quick sketches based on careful observation
    • A method of training your hand to quickly sketch what the brain has already seen
  • 3. Gestures from Michelangelo,
  • 4. Rembrandt, and Da Vinci.
  • 5. A gesture is not only a quick sketch for an artist but also an way to prepare for a finished work.
  • 6. beginning a gesture
    • Look for the Directional Lines – in what different directions does the form move?
    • Imagine there is an invisible line running through the form describing the body’s motion.
    • The more lines you can use to describe the motion of the legs, arms, and head the better
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  • 8. You are not capturing what the figure or object looks like, but what it is doing.
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  • 10. Adding shapes to the directional lines…
    • Once you have the directional lines in place, add the “big” shapes of the body.
    • It is important to remember the torso is divided into two sections!
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    • Finally, use your gesture to think about how different parts of the figure work together.
      • Shoulders
      • Elbows
      • Knees
      • Hips
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