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Skillshare - Relaxed Realism: A Direct Approach to Drawing Portraits

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    Jul 25, 2011
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    Learn to draw natural looking portraits using a straight-forward approach with easy-to-learn steps. This class is for all skill levels, and particularly for artists that avoid drawing the face and want to draw it better.

    This method uses proportion and symmetry as a foundation for the face. The techniques are based on observational life drawing instead of geometrical shapes. Plus you will learn to draw the eyes, nose, and mouth in detail. Then you will learn to layout the features of the face in real-time. Once the face is sketched, the features will be rendered with shading techniques to complete the portrait. The style is relaxed realism of an adult face.

    This course will prepare you every step of the way to draw any type of portrait. Throughout the lessons, you will learn universal techniques that apply to different types of faces, styles and positions.

    3 Step Process:

    Learn proportions and symmetry of a real face.
    Deconstruct the face: drawing the eyes, nose and mouth.
    Draw a portrait from a reference photo of your choice.

    By the end of this course you will be able to strategically place all of the features on the face, and draw them in detail. Once you learn the basic principles of the face, you will have a foundation for all types of mediums, from graphite to digital to painting, to draw any type of face.

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