Figure Drawing (Wednesday Night)
This class will introduce you to basic theories, principals, and techniques to successfully draw the figure. It is aimed for those students who are interested in examining the traditional approach in figure drawing from life. You will discover a wide range of specific ideas and skills necessary to depict the body and its surrounding in a realistic manner. Topics covered include three-dimensional visualization and how it relates two-dimensions, development of spatial imagination, proportion, tonal relationships, depth, volume, environment, space and strong composition.
Participants must have a valid Fleisher membership. Please note that our tuition-free classes for adults fill very quickly. If you are considering purchasing a membership in order to register for a tuition-free class, please click “register” to check whether or not the class is full prior to your purchase.
What you will learn:
The basics of the human body’s anatomy for artists
Principles of traditional realistic imaging
Various drawing techniques and materials
A traditional approach to design an idea in drawing
Start the term with: drawing paper (at least 163-270 g / m3; 18 “x 24”); graphite pencils ( 3b, 5b, 8b); hard eraser; kneaded eraser; knife (Pencil sharpener); sandpaper pads
Midway through the term you will need: drawing paper (at least 163-270 g / m3; 18 “x 24”); graphite pencils ( 3b, 5b, 8b); water soluble graphite (4b-8b) (optional); Conte Pierre Noir (optional); soft vine charcoal (optional); Conte Sanguine (optional); Conte Velours a Sauce (optional); hard eraser; kneaded eraser; knife (pencil sharpener); sandpaper pads