Introduction to Drawing: Value
In this one time course students will learn how to use value to shade a sphere.
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In this one time class you will learn the basics of value drawing. I will begin the lesson with a brief presentation describing what value is and how light affects it. I will lead you through making a value scale of your own and then lead you through shading a sphere with charcoal. I have a pre-recorded video in real time showing my drawing, this way you can have a high quality video and see the actual time and corrections that I made on my drawing. I will walk you through the video...
This class is taught in English.
Students will learn how to use the value scale to create three-dimensional looking sphere drawings. These skills can be applied to other realistic drawings and paintings.
Complete your sphere drawings if you do not finish during the lesson.
Willow or Vine Charcoal Charcoal Pencils - I prefer the brand, General's. Please have a range of softness: HB, 2B, 4B, 6B - 2H if you can find it! Blending Stump Kneaded Eraser Drawing Paper Sharpener - I love the PowerMe electric sharpener because it rarely breaks my charcoal points. Not needed, but highly recommended: Tombow Mono Zero Refillable Eraser - round Most of these supplies can be found at your local craft store or you can order them from art supply stores such as Jerry's Artarama or Blick Art Materials. The electric PowerMe sharpener can be found on Amazon or Walmart, but any sharpener will work.
1 hour 10 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
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