In this series, instructor Sheldon Borenstein shares with you his approach to figure drawing. Sheldon utilizes his unique and entertaining teaching style to make the often-intimidating subject approachable and fun. Sheldon breaks figure drawing into four parts: Gesture, Construction, Anatomy, and Technique (GCAT).
Sheldon will cover gesture in this first lesson, using a variety of methods to help you learn, including a fun lecture, multiple drawing demonstrations, an analysis of Old Master works, and a figure drawing assignment.
Handmade Lead Holders with Cretacolor Leads
Sharpie Peel-Off China Markers – Black and Red
Pentel Pocket Brush Pen
Kuretake Zig Letter Pen Refill
General’s Charcoal Pencil
Strathmore 500 Series Charcoal Paper – Pottery Green
Faber-Castell Pitt Pastel Pencil – White
Pelikan Souverän Fountain Pen
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