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# Life Drawing Overview

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### Life Drawing Overview

1. 1. Life Drawing Overview
2. 2. OBJECTIVES
3. 3. Symmetry The body demonstrates consistent symmetry despite a pose that might be oblique , dynamic, asymmetrical, or foreshortened.
4. 4. Proportion The body demonstrates solid proportional logic hands, heads, legs, feet, torso, all seem unified and belonging to the same figure.
5. 5. Proportion The body demonstrates solid proportional logic hands, heads, legs, feet, torso, all seem unified and belonging to the same figure.
6. 6. Composition Your composition is structured to create unity-it seems intentional and well balanced rather than hap-hazard and accidental. The figure is well situated within the rectangle/square and all space is unified.
7. 7. Composition Your composition is structured to create unity-it seems intentional and well balanced rather than hap-hazard and accidental. The figure is well situated within the rectangle/square and all space is unified.
8. 8. Composition Your composition is structured to create unity-it seems intentional and well balanced rather than hap-hazard and accidental. The figure is well situated within the rectangle/square and all space is unified.
9. 9. Composition Your composition is structured to create unity-it seems intentional and well balanced rather than hap-hazard and accidental. The figure is well situated within the rectangle/square and all space is unified.
10. 10. Composition Your composition is structured to create unity-it seems intentional and well balanced rather than hap-hazard and accidental. The figure is well situated within the rectangle/square and all space is unified.
11. 11. Chiaroscuro: You are able to use light and dark value (highlight and shadow) to create the illusion of volume and form. Additionally, you are able to accurately indicate an understanding of human anatomy and muscle through the careful observation of the model and render this accurately
12. 12. Chiaroscuro: You are able to use light and dark value (highlight and shadow) to create the illusion of volume and form. Additionally, you are able to accurately indicate an understanding of human anatomy and muscle through the careful observation of the model and render this accurately
13. 13. Chiaroscuro: You are able to use light and dark value (highlight and shadow) to create the illusion of volume and form. Additionally, you are able to accurately indicate an understanding of human anatomy and muscle through the careful observation of the model and render this accurately
14. 14. Space Your work shows an understanding of the space and context that surrounds the figure and you are able to provide a convincing window into the perceived reality.
15. 15. Space Your work shows an understanding of the space and context that surrounds the figure and you are able to provide a convincing window into the perceived reality.
16. 16. Space Your work shows an understanding of the space and context that surrounds the figure and you are able to provide a convincing window into the perceived reality.
17. 17. Foreshortening You can show the body convincingly from a variety of angles including oblique and foreshortened points of view.
18. 18. Foreshortening You can show the body convincingly from a variety of angles including oblique and foreshortened points of view.
19. 19. Foreshortening You can show the body convincingly from a variety of angles including oblique and foreshortened points of view.
20. 20. GESTURE SKETCH
21. 21. • Loose Gesture
22. 22. Facial Features
23. 23. LINE
24. 24. • The Portrait
25. 25. • HANDS
26. 26. • DRAPERY