In this new series, figure drawing instructor, Karl Gnass, will show you how to draw an entire figure through his five crucial stages: Gesture, Formulation, Anatomy, Light and Tone, and Aesthetics. In this lesson, Karl will give you an overview of these five stages. He will then elaborate on the three initial stages to achieve a solid foundation for your drawing. Karl will share with you his in-depth theories of how to construct your figure drawings.
Conté Crayon – Sanguine
Faber-Castell Polychromos Pencil – Indianthrene Blue
I like the approach of gesture from Karl Gnass and the 3 stages. My question is: If I want not to draw photo realistic, do I have also to know the 3rd stage anatomy? What If I want a style only with gesture and volume/shape? (I am a hobby artists). What are your thoughts about this? Many thanks from Austria/Europe.
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