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Week 2 Presentation for Fashion Drawing: Shading and Heads

Week 2 Presentation for Fashion Drawing: Shading and Heads

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  • http://www.buzzle.com/articles/best-bridal-makeup-tips.html
  • http://snigom.deviantart.com/art/Adanced-Shading-Techniques-43158629
  • http://www.artinstructionblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/08/values-sheridoty-2009_img_9.jpgSheri Lynn Boyer Dotyhttp://www.artinstructionblog.com/drawing-lesson-a-theory-of-light-and-shade
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  • Abling: Fashion Sketchbook 103
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    • 1. Fashion Drawing Week 2
      Honoria Starbuck, Ph.D. Instructor
      Art Institute of Austin
    • 2. Week 2 : Shading and Heads
      Homework from week 1
      Lecture
      Shading
      Drawing Heads
      Drawing
      Reflections, comments, and questions
    • 3. In-class Activities
      Introduction to Light Logic
      Draw the skull with a single light source
      Draw the model’s head including hair
      Trace model’s heads from magazines
      Front, side, and ¾ view
      Add shading
      Using a single light source and light logic shade the homework croquis using page 41 as an example.
    • 4. “Seeing is the process in which the brain interprets reflected light that enters through the eyes.”
      9 Heads page 37
    • 5. Modeling Factors
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-LoiLSvfywo
    • 6. Light Sources
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NriEYifm55k
    • 7. Light Logic
      Brandon McKinney
      White Apple Media
    • 8. Elements of Shading
    • 9. Anatomy of Light on an object
      Michael Newberry
      Where is the light source for each egg?
    • 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.
      Francesca Waddell Fashion Illustrations combine old school ink and photoshop 
      http://www.francescawaddell.com/
    • 11.
    • 12. Where is the light source in these renderings?
    • 13. Find examples of
      Core shadow
      Light mid-tones
      Dark mid-tones
      Highlight
      Reflected light
    • 14. Low but dramatic lighting can create a strong mood.
      Gary Yuan Gao, Graphic Designer
    • 15. Drawing the Head
      Front view proportions on page 46
      Side view proportions on page 49
      ¾ view on page 52
    • 16.
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    • 18.
    • 19.
    • 20. Drawing HeadsLet’s get started!
      Face Front View page 45 - 48
      Head Side View pages 49 – 51
      Head three-quarter view pages 52 – 53
      Playing with heads pages 54 – 58
      Eyes, Mouth, Nose and Hair pages 59 - 71
    • 21. Homework due week 3
      Warm up – draw loops and shapes using a variety of pencils and pressure on the page. Have fun!
      Read Chapter 1 pages 36 – 101
      Trace heads on pages 47, 51, and 53
      Draw or trace 10 of the heads from pages 54-58 with features, hair shapes, and minimal shading.
      Add any whims, make up, hairdos you wish to
      Play with shading ideas on 10 croquis that you trace or draw.

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