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Faigin offers entertaining lectures for artists of all levels in this six-part lecture series reviewing the principles and history of perspective with demonstrations, drawings and images. Principles of Perspective Drawing (fall) is followed by Constructive Anatomy Lecture with Geoff Flack (late fall) and Faigin's Drawing the Features of the Head (spring). The lectures can be taken sequentially as a series, or independently of each other.
Sept 22: The Basic Principles of Perspective
Sept 29: The Fence-Post Principle: The Figure in Space
Oct 6: Construction on a Grid
Oct 13: Two-Point Perspective
Oct 20: The Still-Life: Ellipses, Reflections, Water & Mirrors
Oct 27: Freehand Perspective
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