In this lesson, NMA master draftsman Glenn Vilppu will lecture on direct lighting and the rendering techniques for capturing this scenario. You will study how the Old Masters used direct lighting to depict forms and establish a mood within their work. Glenn will do a series of demonstrations to show you how he represents direct lighting on the figure.
This lesson belongs to Introduction to Animal Anatomy. In this 8-week course with master draftsperson Glenn Vilppu, you will learn a drawing approach rooted in the Renaissance tradition yet applicable today in the world of fine art, animation, and illustration. Glenn will lecture on the concepts of gesture and rendering that will aid in the development of your figure drawings. Using a variety of drawing mediums, you will gain the knowledge needed to break down complex forms into simpler ideas, and at the same time, better your understanding of the human anatomy. Through Old Master analysis, you will examine the concepts presented in Glenn’s lectures. This course will provide you with the real time practice needed to take your figure drawings to new heights.
Throughout this course, you’ll have access to the NMA community for feedback and critiques to improve your work as you progress.
I got a lot better in drawing the gesture and feeling the forms and their orentation in space, but as soon the combination of modelling tone and indirect light came together I didnt understand how to use it right, specialy when mr. Villpu startet to change light like he wanted or put a second light source in to it. I think it was a bit hard to follow is steps there. Does anyone feel the same with this?
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