Fashion Drawing Week 2<br />Honoria Starbuck, Ph.D. Instructor<br />Art Institute of Austin<br />
Week 2 : Shading and Heads<br />Homework from week 1<br />Lecture<br />Shading<br />Drawing Heads<br />Drawing<br />Reflec...
In-class Activities<br />Introduction to Light Logic<br />Draw the skull with a single light source<br />Draw the model’s ...
“Seeing is the process in which the brain interprets reflected light that enters through the eyes.”<br />9 Heads page 37<b...
Modeling Factors <br />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-LoiLSvfywo<br />
Light Sources <br />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NriEYifm55k<br />
Light Logic<br />Brandon McKinney<br />White Apple Media<br />
Elements of Shading<br />
Anatomy of Light on an object<br />Michael Newberry<br />Where is the light source for each egg?<br />
Side lighting is often used in fashion drawing based on planes of the skull. Comics and animation also use dramatic lighti...
Where is the light source in these renderings?<br />
Find examples of<br />Core shadow<br />Light mid-tones<br />Dark mid-tones<br />Highlight<br />Reflected light<br />
Low but dramatic lighting can create a strong mood.<br />Gary Yuan Gao, Graphic Designer<br />
Drawing the Head<br />Front view proportions on page 46<br />Side view proportions on page 49<br />¾ view on page 52<br />
Drawing HeadsLet’s get started!<br />Face Front View page 45 - 48<br />Head Side View pages 49 – 51<br />Head three-quarte...
Homework due week 3<br />Warm up – draw loops and shapes using a variety of pencils and pressure on the page.  Have fun!<b...
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  • Fashion drawing week 2

    1. 1. Fashion Drawing Week 2<br />Honoria Starbuck, Ph.D. Instructor<br />Art Institute of Austin<br />
    2. 2. Week 2 : Shading and Heads<br />Homework from week 1<br />Lecture<br />Shading<br />Drawing Heads<br />Drawing<br />Reflections, comments, and questions<br />
    3. 3. In-class Activities<br />Introduction to Light Logic<br />Draw the skull with a single light source<br />Draw the model’s head including hair<br />Trace model’s heads from magazines<br />Front, side, and ¾ view<br />Add shading<br />Using a single light source and light logic shade the homework croquis using page 41 as an example.<br />
    4. 4. “Seeing is the process in which the brain interprets reflected light that enters through the eyes.”<br />9 Heads page 37<br />
    5. 5. Modeling Factors <br />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-LoiLSvfywo<br />
    6. 6. Light Sources <br />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NriEYifm55k<br />
    7. 7. Light Logic<br />Brandon McKinney<br />White Apple Media<br />
    8. 8. Elements of Shading<br />
    9. 9. Anatomy of Light on an object<br />Michael Newberry<br />Where is the light source for each egg?<br />
    10. 10. Side lighting is often used in fashion drawing based on planes of the skull. Comics and animation also use dramatic lighting as in this drawing by Jeff Jackson.<br />Francesca Waddell Fashion Illustrations combine old school ink and photoshop <br />http://www.francescawaddell.com/<br />
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    12. 12. Where is the light source in these renderings?<br />
    13. 13. Find examples of<br />Core shadow<br />Light mid-tones<br />Dark mid-tones<br />Highlight<br />Reflected light<br />
    14. 14. Low but dramatic lighting can create a strong mood.<br />Gary Yuan Gao, Graphic Designer<br />
    15. 15. Drawing the Head<br />Front view proportions on page 46<br />Side view proportions on page 49<br />¾ view on page 52<br />
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    20. 20. Drawing HeadsLet’s get started!<br />Face Front View page 45 - 48<br />Head Side View pages 49 – 51<br />Head three-quarter view pages 52 – 53<br />Playing with heads pages 54 – 58<br />Eyes, Mouth, Nose and Hair pages 59 - 71<br />
    21. 21. Homework due week 3<br />Warm up – draw loops and shapes using a variety of pencils and pressure on the page. Have fun!<br />Read Chapter 1 pages 36 – 101<br />Trace heads on pages 47, 51, and 53<br />Draw or trace 10 of the heads from pages 54-58 with features, hair shapes, and minimal shading.<br />Add any whims, make up, hairdos you wish to<br />Play with shading ideas on 10 croquis that you trace or draw.<br />

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