In this lesson, Bill will share his theory of breaking the drawing process into three clear stages: rendering line, rendering mass, and rendering form. These stages can go in a different order but always one at a time. Bill also will cover major and minor key concepts.
Experiment with mark-making and try to come up with new approaches. Bill suggests you “get yourself in trouble” by using scratchy lines or any other surface manipulations and learn a lot out of it.
In this lesson, you will learn how to harmonize all the marks you practiced to make before. You start from marking down emotional expression and weighting of the pose, shapes created by the costume folds, and rhythms created by those shapes. After that, you mark down an “eye pathway” and your combination of three design matrices. Finally, you harmonize all these marks.
In this lesson, Bill will talk about principles of design and break down the compositional design matrices dominated by line, mass, and form. He will also demonstrate how you can mix them up in your drawings.
Learn to make stunning drawing, painting, sculptures, and more — all at your own pace.