August 17 - August 21
Learn how to draw the human anatomy
Learn to create an image with pastel
Understanding anatomy is crucial to many aspects of your art.
We see humans every day. We live with human bodies every second of our lives. But who actually knows their own body? There is so much to the human anatomy.
Features in this course include basics of proportions and how to simplify the skeleton.
The students will learn how the various muscles change when the body is in different poses, as well as where fat builds up and the different body types we have as humans. This is a great introduction to understanding anatomy and how it applies to the art.
All drawing involves proportion. Proportion is important whether an artwork's style is realistic or abstract.
Realistic drawing is especially effective in training the eye to see the thing-as-it-is in its relational proportions.
Pastel drawings glow with an intensely luminous color and rich velvety texture.
Students can improve their compositions by using these techniques, while simply relaxing with color in the warm-up exercises.
(All supplies are included)
Please pack snack and lunch. (no nuts containing food please)
Seats are limited, Please RSVP.