Explore the process of creating a portrait with expressive and versatile water-based mediums. Working from a live model you will learn the basics of the anatomy of the skull, the proportions of a portrait as it relates to the face, torso, and hands, and how to capture the likeness of your subject.
This is an in-person class which will take place in our building with strict social distancing protocols and reduced student capacity. Please see our COVID-19 community safety policies.
Watercolor set, drawing pencil set, watercolor pencil set or Caran d’ Ache crayons, watercolor tape, Watercolor paper pad, drawing pad or newsprint and erasers.
A plastic Palette, for mixing water and plastic cups or containers for water
Watercolor tape. Rulers.
Optional (watercolor mediums such as ox gall, gum Arabic etc.)
Midway through the semester students will need these supplies:
18 by 24-inch watercolor paper or sheet.