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Finding Your Voice as an Artist | Part 3: Exaggeration and Thinking Three-Dimensionally with Danny Galieote

Finding Your Voice as an Artist | Part 3: Exaggeration and Thinking Three-Dimensionally
Discover Your Own Artistic Voice Combine disparate influences into a cohesive and unique style

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Instructor
Danny Galieote
Subjects
Drawing, Painting
Materials
Colored Pencil, Conté Pencil, Paper
Duration
3h 30m 14s
Series
Finding Your Voice as an Artist

In this series, artist Danny Galieote tackles a challenging topic that everyone eventually faces: how to find your personal voice as an artist. This third lesson in the series will cover Danny’s inspirations when it comes to exaggeration of figures and creating a three-dimensional quality. He will begin with an analysis of artists such as Paul Cadmus and Reginald Marsh, as well as of his own work, followed by several demonstrations. At the end, Danny will assign an exercise to help you put the ideas he discussed into practice.

Materials

  • Digital Tablet
  • Conté Chracoal Pencil
  • Conté Drawing Pencil – White
  • Toned Drawing Paper
Intermediate / Advanced
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