How to Draw (Step by Step) | Eyes, Nose, and Mouth (One Time) Ages 12-15
In this one time class, we will learn to draw an eye, a nose, and a mouth while learning shapes, light and shadow, anatomy, and line.
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This class is for 11-14 year-olds. Look in my schedule for this same class geared to 7-10 year-olds. Drawing features are hard. Let me help you! In this one time class, we will draw an eye, a nose, and a mouth step by step while learning about shapes, light and shadow, anatomy, and line. Learners will shade in the eye and are encouraged to use what they learned to shade in the nose and mouth at home. All levels are welcome. Step 1: Shapes We will learn to identify and accurately draw the...
Learners will understand how to look for important shapes, will be able to pinpoint light and shadow, will learn some anatomy, and will be able to manipulate the way we draw create depth.
I graduated from Grand Central Atelier in New York City where I was trained to draw and paint realistically in a traditional way. While I usually draw realistically, I also enjoy using this approach to draw in different styles. My goal is to teach children the tools of drawing and give them the opportunity to practice applying them so that they will be able to draw what they want independently.
Learners may need to complete their drawings at home. I know I always needed more time! Questions and critiques are welcome after class finishes through the Outschool messaging system. Optional: Learners are encouraged to practice using these steps when drawing anything they want at home.
- White paper (8x10, 9x12, or similar) - Pencils - Sharpener - Pen eraser (something similar to the Tombow Mono Zero Eraser) https://www.amazon.com/Tombow-57315-Eraser-Refill-Precision/dp/B00O98USLU/ref=sr_1_5?dchild=1&keywords=pen+eraser+amazon+tombow&qid=1630339819&sr=8-5 - Something long and straight measuring proportions (can be a long unused pencil, string, knitting needle, or similar) - Kneaded eraser
Individual, constructive critiques and praise are given at the end of class.
50 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
We will refer to drawing examples from the book "Charles Bargue and Jean-Leon Gerome: Drawing Course". All examples are provided in class. Learners only need their paper, pencils, sharpeners, and erasers!
Traditional, Realistic Art | Key Steps That Can Be Applied to Any Drawing
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
29 total reviews
51 completed classes
GOAL Welcome! My name is Deborah Rodrigues, but you can call me Deebs! Come learn drawing with me by learning and practicing different techniques while drawing realistically or illustratively! My goal on Outschool is to give you the tools to be...