Realism Drawing Techniques
In this four week course, students will learn different techniques that will assist them in drawing realistically.
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Over 4 weeks
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How does a “Flexible Schedule” course work?
No scheduled live video chats
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great if your learner prefers independent pacing or is uncomfortable with live video chat
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This is a flexible schedule class and will have NO live meetings. Students will learn multiple techniques that are helpful in creating a realistic drawing. Value and Form will be the elements of art that are concentrated on in these lessons. They will view demonstrations and practice techniques. Students will also learn about the different tools used for a graphite drawing that are helpful to creating realism. The techniques included will be creating a value scale, drawing 3 dimensional...
Students will learn to use some of the elements of art to build on their skills in drawing realistically. Students will be able to identify the best choice of material for what they would like to achieve. Students will practice using observational drawing. Students will use grid technique to work from a photograph and create a realistic drawing. Students will critique their artwork and use feedback to help improve their skills and techniques. Students will discuss learning from their practice. Students will create a weekly drawing of their choice. Students will create a drawing of their choice for a summative project.
Students will be asked to work on drawing techniques and practices at their own pace, but to share their progress with the teacher and peers for feedback.
Pencil Drawing Paper/Pad Ruler Graphite Pencil Blending stump (optional) Graphite Pencil Set (recommended, but optional)
Students will share artwork with the teacher and peers to get feedback and grow as an artist. Students will participate in weekly discussions about their findings as they are working on the assignments. Students will post a weekly video to share their work and be given feedback.
No live meetings, and an estimated 2 - 4 hours per week outside of class.
Andrea SVisual Art Teacher
18 total reviews
23 completed classes
Hi I'm Andi Szemaraj! I have been teaching Art in public schools for 11 years. I believe that the Arts are imperative to life and that the other subjects would not be what they are without them. I will be teaching Art classes and hope to maybe...