Using one of the most simple and elegant of all drawing materials, charcoal, you will learn to draw a portrait in a time honored approach to portraiture.
Learn how to accomplish the most intricate of traditional facial views in this 4th workshop in the series of Charcoal Drawing Workshops. Probably the most common of views used by the old masters it requires a different series of measurements on top of what we have previously covered. But - not to worry beginners - there will be an overview of the basics before we begin in earnest. We will again be using our simple elegant forgiving charcoal removal technique. A 3/4 view is one in which the face is see slightly from the side, as if turning away from you, and where you see the nose touch the edge of the cheek.
- Sunday June 9, 2013 • 9am-4pm