Structural Figure Drawing
Day : Wednesday
Time : 6:30-9:30
Instructor : Edmond Rochat
In Structural Figure Drawing, we will focus on the simple geometric solids that are an important supplement of an artist’s thinking in order to draw and paint with accuracy and efficiency. In this class students will study the basic geometric structures and their application to the human body. The first three lessons will consist of drawing from geometric solids such as the cube, cone, sphere and cylinder. Careful attention will be given to their unique architecture and how to effectively model each form in charcoal. Then working from a live model these geometric solids will be applied to the forms of the body with special consideration given to the portrait. Through these investigations students will become sensitized to how the most basic geometric forms can help simplify and clarify the complexities of the human body.
Important- Prerequisite Class required:
Foundations of Classical Drawing and Painting– at least one session taken at the Teaching Studios of Art or the equivalent class at another school. If the latter option, proof will be determined by a brief portfolio review of images by our director. Please contact us if you have any questions, prior to registering.
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