Jumping back a bit, I taught some sessions at one of Calgary's Waldorf schools and I just wanted to update this blog with the students finished pieces that their teacher took after displaying their works in the school. They sent me a truly lovely thank you card which I have prominently displayed on my fridge. Thanks you Waldorf and great work!
November 28, 2016
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November 26, 2016
Second self portraits
I taught my final drawing 1 class at the Alberta College of Art ad Design this year. I like to start with a self portrait and end on the same note in order to contrast and compare the improvements made through 24+ hrs of learning with me, it tends to be quite a difference. Some drew better from life than from photo even. In my 45 min lesson/demo I did a bunch of notes on the board of things to now and look for when drawing the face and head. I just managed to snap the end of much erasing ad drawing with a white board marker but you get the gist of it.
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Labels: ACAD, ACAD class, continuing education, drawing class, face, Graphite, measurements, pencil, portrait, Self portrait
November 25, 2016
Extended Studies figure drawing
Here are even more figure drawings from the past final figure drawing class sessions from this semester. Thats a mouthful I won't try saying repeating quickly and consecutively.
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Labels: ACAD, ACAD class, charcoal, drawing, figure, model, nude, vine charcoal
November 24, 2016
Go figure, more figure drawing class work
My figure drawing class fall semester session has come to an end. I want to share some more of the excellent pictures my students drew in hopes to inspire you too! In no particular order, including some opposite hand drawings (one done by a southpaw), with colours and gloves on and off. Enjoy!
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Labels: ACAD, ACAD class, body, charcoal, draw, drawing, figure, figure drawing, life drawing, nude, study
November 19, 2016
More figures from drawing 1 class today
We were fortunate in my drawing 1 course to have one more day of figure drawing. We did a lot of warm of gestures because the model we had, Karen, is expressive and dynamic in her poses. Here are a few I managed to snap during a brief break.
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Labels: ACAD, ACAD class, charcoal, drawing, drawing class, figure, figure drawing, nude, vine charcoal
November 17, 2016
Focus on the figure
In this figure drawing session I had my students focus on an area of the body that interests them visually and to work with tone and creating form rather than worrying about drawing the entire figure from head to toe.
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Labels: ACAD, ACAD class, charcoal, drawing, figure drawing, nude
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