3-Week Pencil Sketching Art Series Part 2 - Fundamentals of Portraiture
In this 3-week series, students will learn the fundamental principles of portraiture. They will gain confidence in creating portraits of unique faces.
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over 3 weeks
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per learner - per class
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This is a 3-Week Series. Students will meet 3 times to complete Part 2. This is a beginners class that focuses on the fundamentals of Portraiture. Students will learn how to sketch human faces from multiple angles. They will learn about core concepts such as lines, proportions, shape, perspective and basic facial anatomy. Each concept will be explained with step-by-step practical exercises and explored through hands-on application. Emphasis will be on problem-solving, skill building, and...
Students will understand the fundamental principles of portraiture. They will gain confidence in creating portraits of unique faces.
Teacher Allie May is a contemporary artist who loves to indulge in all mediums, but focuses most on drawing and painting. She is a graduate student in the BFA program at California State University Long Beach, and aims to pursue a career in teaching art. Her art influence began at a young age, but she considers herself “self-taught.” Allie is passionate about encouraging students to master the fundamental skills and technical aspects of creating, but also develop a style that is unique to each student. Her promise is to encourage a mindset where students are confident in themselves and their ability to create. Teacher Sarah has been practicing art for over 10 years. Mastering a variety of mediums ranging from oil paints, colored pencils, digital, sculpting, glassblowing, needlepoint and more. She is currently studying sequential illustration at Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design. Sarah is passionate about allowing the creativity of students to bloom, giving them the techniques and skills necessary to make their ideas come alive.
Paper Pencils (a variety of graphite pencils recommended) Eraser (kneaded/ gum eraser recommended) Ruler Blending tools: Toilet paper, tissue, Q-Tips, or blending art tools like paper stumps
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
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