Review Videos for Semiahmoo- Drawing the Face (4 session course Fall 2016)

I have dropped a number of videos into this Category which might be useful for review of the Semiahmoo Drawing the Face Course material, Fall 2016. The numbering may seem a bit random, so this is likely the best order to watch in:

Relating to Day One/Two Semiahmoo:

‘MANIKIN HEAD’ BLOCK-IN, SEMIAHMOO ARTS, VIDEO #1 OF 5 VIDS, (DAY ONE)

‘MANIKIN HEAD’ BLOCK-IN, SEMIAHMOO ARTS, VIDEO #2 OF 5 VIDS, (DAY ONE & TWO)

‘MANIKIN HEAD’ BLOCK-IN, SEMIAHMOO ARTS, VIDEO #3 OF 5 VIDS, (DAY ONE & TWO)

‘MANIKIN HEAD’ BLOCK-IN, SEMIAHMOO ARTS, VIDEO #4 OF 5 VIDS, (DAY ONE & TWO)

‘MANIKIN HEAD’ BLOCK-IN, SEMIAHMOO ARTS, VIDEO #5 OF 5 VIDS, (DAY ONE & TWO)

 

Relating to Day 2 Semiahmoo:

Art in the Country – Toward the Portrait – PROFILES – (Vid 4 of 7) {Mar 16 2016}

Art in the Country – Toward the Portrait – FEATURES pt 1 – (Vid 5 of 7) {Mar 16 2016}

Art in the Country – Toward the Portrait – FEATURES pt 2 – (Vid 6 of 7) {Mar 16 2016}

 

Relating to Day Three and Four Semiahmoo:

DAY 6 Shadbolt TAS Drawing Head & Face – MUSCLES & CARICATURE (5 of 5) {Nov 2015}

Shadbolt Tony’s Art School Drawing & Shading The Face (1 of 3) {Nov 2015}

Shadbolt TAS Drawing & Shading The Face (2 of 3) {Nov 2015}

Shadbolt TAS Drawing & Shading The Face (3 of 3) {Nov 2015}

‘MANIKIN HEAD’ BLOCK-IN, SEMIAHMOO ARTS, VIDEO #1 OF 5 (DAY ONE)

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‘MANIKIN HEAD’ BLOCK-IN, SEMIAHMOO ARTS, VIDEO #2 OF 5 (DAY ONE & TWO)

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‘MANIKIN HEAD’ BLOCK-IN, SEMIAHMOO ARTS, VIDEO #3 OF 5 (DAY ONE & TWO)

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‘MANIKIN HEAD’ BLOCK-IN, SEMIAHMOO ARTS, VIDEO #4 OF 5 (DAY ONE & TWO)

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‘MANIKIN HEAD’ BLOCK-IN, SEMIAHMOO ARTS, VIDEO #5 OF 5 (DAY ONE & TWO)

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CEDR 162: Perspective Drawing at Emily Carr Continuing Studies, Weekends

CEDR 162: Perspective Drawing

This course is essential for artists, designers, illustrators and animators who wish to create convincing images of form, depth and space. Regardless of the form you work in, you will improve the impact of your work with an understanding of this powerful drawing technique. You will be guided through step-by-step exercises, moving from rough layout sketches to more carefully proportioned images of world architecture, vehicles and the human form.

https://www.connect.ecuad.ca/programs/courses/CEDR/162

 

GESTURE DRAWING is good for you!

Everything has ‘gesture’. Just imagine ‘miming’ a bouquet of flowers or even a rock with your hand gestures. If your movements could leave a charcoal record on paper – that’s a gesture drawing.  Kinda like ‘air guitar’. Here is a step-by-step demonstration, including the use of a ‘reference frame’, useful for keeping to a scale or staying within a drawing space.

FINAL HANDOUT FINAL FOR GESTURE