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Hands can be challenging to draw, but they don’t have to be! This class is perfect for students who enjoy drawing and want to improve their ability to draw hands. In this class we will learn about the anatomy of hands, how to observe, and how to translate our observations to paper. We will be paying special attention to proportion, but so many other art skills and elements will be covered along the way: volume, negative space, foreshortening, light, shading, and texture. Students are...
Drawing or sketching paper preferred (but students are welcome to use plain white printer paper if necessary) Pencils: HB pencil, and preferably one or two with softer leads, such as 4B, 6B etc. (if no soft pencils are available, just the HB will still be fine for this introduction) Eraser: kneadable gum eraser is preferred, but any functional eraser that doesn’t leave marks will be fine Your hand: able bodied students with two hands will be asked to use their non-dominant hand as a model, if this is not possible, a photo reference of someone else’s hand will be acceptable. The preferred art supplies are available at any local art store.
55 minutes per week in class, and no time outside of class.
Amber B. - Art Classes, Drawing, Printmaking
Artist, Painter, Printer, and all round Creative!
🇨🇦Lives in Canada
3 total reviews
7 completed classes
Hello! I am a lifelong creative. I hold a BFA in Studio Art, and have an active studio practice. I currently work mostly in painting, drawing, and printmaking, but I love all sorts of making and have experience working with photography, fibre,...