(ONLINE TUTORING) BASICS OF DRAWING IN THE PORTRAIT

295,00 

In this course, we will introduce you to the concept of how light works and how to analyze it in order to effectively draw the three dimensions on which the volume of the shape is generated. To understand the method on which we are going to work, we will begin the practice of the course with the study of Charles Bargue’s plates and thus introduce us with more security towards the wonderful world of the human portrait drawing. Through this course you will be able to develop an effective method with which to build solid portraits and with argument, in addition to achieving greater knowledge about the use of light as the main element in a work.

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Duration: 2 MONTHS

Schedule: Wednesdays from 3pm to 6pm (Madrid time) 8 Sessions of 3 hours

Cost: 295

Methodology: Each session consists of three blocks. In the first block we will give you individual feedback on the proposed exercises, in the second block we will explain the theory through videos and live demonstrations and in the third block we will explain the exercises to do at home.

Content: In this course, we will introduce you to the concept of how light works and how to analyze it in order to effectively draw the three dimensions on which the volume of the shape is generated. To understand the method on which we are going to work, we will begin the practice of the course with the study of Charles Bargue's plates and thus introduce us with more security towards the wonderful world of the human portrait drawing. Through this course you will be able to develop an effective method with which to build solid portraits and with argument, in addition to achieving greater knowledge about the use of light as the main element in a work.

- Theory of Light: how to generate volume and twist of shapes.

- Control over the system of creating wefts and uniform gradients.

- Study of the general and particular impression of the form.

- The importance of designing atmospheres that define the intention we want on the work.

- Learning how to approach portrait drawing: blocking, use of values to generate transitions, reading of light, design of facial tabs and line qualities.

- Together we will develop the habit of moving confidently over any action in the work.

- Introduction to perspective concepts in order to understand the three-dimensionality of the scene.

- We will teach you to draw the structure that defines the main elements of a face: eyes, nose, ear, mouth. This way, you will have tools with which to feel more confident when drawing these elements in a portrait.