Figure Drawing | Part 2: Spherical Forms

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    New Masters AcademyNew Masters Academy
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    In this highly-anticipated series, master draftsman Glenn Vilppu shares with you his approach to figure drawing. In this second lesson of the series, Glenn covers spherical forms. He begins with a lecture introducing the concept of spherical forms in figure drawing, followed by analyses of spheres in Old Master works.

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    • Namiki Falcon Fountain Pen
    • Faber-Castell Polychromos Pencil – Sanguine and Black
    • Pentel Water Brush
    • Drawing Paper
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    NormanNorman
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    When Glenn talks about containing or bracketing, he always emphasizes only specific parts of the form (ie the sides?)

    I feel I don’t fully understand where to bracket (and emphasize the boundaries of the form, as I understand it)  Often I draw fully through and my drawing becomes a mess (maybe that is OK?) or I start drawing contours instead. That is, I draw exactly the parts of the Form that I can see.

    I would appreciate any hint on how to approach this.

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    AndrewAndrew
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    It’s so much harder than it looks from Glenn’s demonstrations.

    Assignment attempts #1 & #2
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