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Sight-Size Drawing Lesson 6: Portrait on Toned Paper Project with Leo Mancini-Hresko

Sight-Size Drawing Lesson 6: Portrait on Toned Paper Project
Sight-size Portrait Set Up Apply acquired skills to drawing from life

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Leo Mancini-Hresko
Anatomy, Composition, Drawing Exercises, Head & Portrait
Chalk, Charcoal, Paper
3h 33m 29s
Sight-Size Drawing

In this lesson, Leo will draw a portrait of a live model with the same light and shade pattern as in the Plaster Cast Project. This will be the same technique that he used for drawing 3d still objects with the only difference that his model is going to be slightly moving.

Academies and ateliers around the world are increasingly teaching an American realist approach to drawing and painting known as sight-size or classical realism.

Hosted by Florence Academy of Art founder Daniel Graves, this massive course is the most comprehensive breakdown of the sight-size approach ever produced online.

By the end of this course, you’ll be an expert in the approach and be ready to take on Sight-Size Painting Course, scheduled for a 2020 release.

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