Wednesday, May 8, 2013

2nd entry for April 14, 2013

Principles of perspective may not seem like a big part of drawing people, but it comes into play any time you draw a chair, a room or even foreshortened limbs. In the spring I have a special perspective basics or object drawing course, called "Structural Drawing". It runs Friday mornings, from 10 a.m to 1 pm, and goes from simple principles with cans and blocks right up to human bodies. 7 weeks long this year, it starts next Friday, and you can enroll here.

Also, I currently need just one student each for the 6-week Monday night and 7-week Saturday morning TSA intro Life Drawing classes to run, so if you have any hankering for some good practice - or to dive into new skills - then sign up right away!
You can enroll for the Saturday 9:15 - 12:15 class that should start May 11 here,
and the Monday class from 6-9 p.m. you can enroll for here.

These are a couple of 15-minute studies above, and a 20-minute one below. All are done with hard compressed Nobel charcoal on 18 x 24" sheets of Canson Recycled Sketch paper.

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