Putting Art Into Perspective!
In drawing and painting, perspective is used to create the illusion of depth and 3-dimensional form on an otherwise 2-dimensional (flat) surface.
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55 minutes per class
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This class will cover the basics of perspective and why it is important in art. In this 4-Part class, one-point and two-point perspective, as well as the proper ways to create cast shadow, will be discussed. Class 1: Students will be taught the concepts and vocabulary of one-point and two-point perspective, as well as creating cast shadow from a “simulated” light source. They will also be taught why proper perspective is important on a 2-dimensional (flat) surface. They will create their...
From a very early age, art has been a passion of mine and has always been an unveiled talent. I began with self-developed skills, and as my passion grew, I started seeking formal education to further develop my techniques and proficiency. I earned an Associate’s Degree in Liberal Arts, where my focus in electives curriculum, revolved around any available art classes. I also attended the University of Wisconsin- Platteville, where my course load was based around fine arts classes. My goal is to make a fun and relaxed environment where learners can be creative and expressive with art.
Students will need the following items for class; 1. Drawing pencil or a #2 pencil 2. Eraser 3. Pencil sharpener or extra pencils 4. Colored pencils or markers, at least 6 distinctively different colors (classes 2-4) 5. Meter/Yard stick or standard 12 inch ruler 6. Unlined scratch paper or sketch pad/book (please note below) *No smaller than 8 x 11 inch, Preferred size is 11 x 14 inch or larger **A larger paper than 11 x 14 inch will require a meter/yard stick for proper perspective drawing. A handout with the terms, definitions will be provided prior to the first class. It is not required, but I do recommend students have this with them for that first meeting. For additional learning as needed, I may provide other handouts, visual examples, or videos links between each class meeting.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
55 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Take time to SEE the beauty around you!
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137 total reviews
164 completed classes
I am so excited to be teaching with Outschool. It has provided an opportunity to share my love of art and horses, and the flexibility to design classes that are intriguing and engaging. My background is extremely versatile, including a wide...