Working from one model you will learn how to observe large areas of tone and color, and to block out your drawings for composition and proportion. We will discuss anatomy and classical drawing techniques/theories of rendering as they relate to the model. You will learn about color theory and develop mixing strategies in order to use limited palettes of color pencils to quickly achieve rich, luminous color when working from life. We will look at examples from contemporary and historic artists and complete a series of shorter studies as well as two longer works from the model.
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