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In this lesson, instructor Renae Wang will teach you how to complete a multisession still-live drawing. You will learn how to create a hierarchy within the different objects, giving each element its own unique significance and contributing to the overall composition. Renae will guide you through adding white charcoal, textures, and details, bringing your artwork to life. These skills will enable you to create compelling and visually engaging artwork with intricate details and depth.
This lesson belongs to the course, Fundamentals of Drawing and Perspective. In this 10-week course, discover the fundamentals of observational drawing and perspective. Your instructor, Renae Wang, will guide you through the technical skills and materials needed to create convincing representations of still-lifes and environments, making this course accessible for beginners. You will learn to use different tools and techniques to create drawings that convey volume and space, including creating a construction drawing, applying linear perspective, and understanding value systems. Renae will demonstrate how to observe and describe a three-dimensional form on a two-dimensional plane, helping you create compositions that appear to pop out of the page. Additionally, you’ll learn how to measure, create a plan for your drawing, and use different shades of tone to give your artwork even more depth and richness. By the end of this course, you’ll have gained valuable skills and techniques to become a skilled artist, whether you’re just starting or looking to refine your skills.
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