I love this course because I got introduced to different methods and the process of painting as well as its relationship with drawing. The 'building up' / glazing method taught in the course gave me the experience of being both a painter and a sculptor which is amazing. I think Glenn's approach to painting (with glazing and not too constrained by the 'outlines') is very freeing and helps me realise that painting is not about making precise matching harmonious colour blocks. I used to think head structure and painting are complicated and get intimidated by them but now I actually think that head painting is the easiest kind of drawing/painting for me. This is a very nice course.
This course covers the use of materials as well as essential skills needed as a prelude to Figure Drawing which Glenn learned at the beginning of his artistic training. He finds that this basic skill set is often missing in the training of artists today. The focus is as much on training the eye as the hand, with development of visual skills as well as how to study independently. Basic concepts in drawing and their application are demonstrated and incorporated into the weekly assignments, using the same basic materials that will be needed for the Figure Drawing courses.These concepts are applicable to any field of artistic endeavor.
Week 7 This lesson is overview of the use of reference material (photos, etc.) and how to use it most effectively in figure drawing. I discuss some of the basic pitfalls and problems in the use of photographs. The assignment will be to use photos/reference material in a figure drawing of your choice.
Week 8 In this video on using photos in drawing or painting heads I discuss some of the basic pitfalls and problems in the use of photographs in drawing heads. The assignment will be a drawing of the head from a photograph.
This course covers the fundamentals of drawing (art materials, how to see/draw value, measure, how to shade forms with ambient and direct lighting and more). The approach taught is very practical (starting with thumbnails) while tying into knowledge from the Old Masters (Master studies). A broad range of subject matters are covered (still life, landscape, head drawing, animals etc.) as the overall approach to drawing applies to all subject matters. How to use reference materials (especially photographic references) is also discussed. There are weekly video lessons with assignments which can be submitted for review on a weekly basis. Glenn critiques the assignments personally and is able to give very helpful advice on where improvements can be made and also what worked well in the drawing. There is a surprising amount of knowledge to be gained through the course. The lessons are very helpful and I definitely learned a lot from working on the assignments. Wherever your starting point, you're likely to make progress and improve your artwork through this course. There are also weekly drawing demos by Glenn and students can submit any questions they have which will be answered every week. Glenn has a lot of practical experience drawing and working in the industry. It's very interesting to listen to his observations, anecdotes and words of wisdom. He definitely knows his craft and overall, this course is great for learning and strengthening the fundamentals of drawing.
This course goes over the basic skills needed to progress as an artist. The things I learned in this class have never become obsolete, but rather, I continually return to what I learned here in this course to strengthen my drawing skills. Glenn does a fantastic job presenting the concepts involved and personally reviews your work where he shows you what you did right or wrong and how to fix them. Truly an exceptional class with a Master of his craft.
In week two, Glenn Vilppu will demonstrate his approach to drawing form and teach you the necessary tools for constructing the head. You can follow along in real-time with Glenn as he draws from various model reference images.
In week four, Glenn Vilppu will demonstrate his approach to head drawing and teach you the necessary tools to understand the structure of the head. You can follow along in real-time with Glenn as he draws from various model reference images.
In week seven, Glenn Vilppu will demonstrate how he creates structure within head drawings. You will learn how to draw parts of the skull to help inform the structure within the head. Glenn lecture on the landmarks that he uses to construct a solid foundation for his drawings.
In week eight, Glenn Vilppu will demonstrate his approach to head drawing and teach you the necessary tools for constructing the head. You can follow along in real-time with Glenn as he draws from various model reference images.
In this final installment of the How to Draw the Costumed Figure course, world-renowned draftsman Glenn Vilppu break downs the essentials for drawing more gestural drapery and clothing. You will learn the seven major folds as well as approaches for simplifying drapery and showing the form beneath in the case of clothing, as well as how different weights of fabrics behave differently.
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